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GRAYSON PERRY, BUT WHAT AM I SUPPOSED TO WEAR TO THE SURFACE DECORATION BALL!, CIRCA 1988. ESTIMATE £20,000–30,000.
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"There's a fire starting in my kiln. Hotter than that pottery scene in that Patrick Swayze film. Since you left it's just been me and my despair. I've tried to fill the hole you left with a lot of earthenware."
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Mad Kid's Bedroom Wall Pot, Grayson Perry, 1996. Image © Nick Moss
Grayson Perry was never motivated by a desire to work in clay as such, but chose pottery because studio ceramics was in ‘thrall to a…Continue
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Amanda Packer. Recollect (collection of pendants). Copper, silver, enamel, paint, thread. $200 each. 2" x 5" x 1.5" average. LEAP Winner 2014.
The LEAP Award was established in 2007 in…Continue
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Cherry and Martin's 2732 space in Culver City presents 'Try again. Fail again. Fail better.', a four-person ceramics show that upends typical assumptions about what counts as technical mastery. Photography: Cherry and Martin/Jeff…
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Some Assmebly Required: Bacchus & Tazza
Blown and flame-worked glass, 2014
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Fragile? showcases the beauty and diversity of contemporary…Continue
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Handmade at Kew is an exciting new selling event for Contemporary Crafts at the prestigious UNESCO world heritage site, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. The show offers makers an inspiring location to exhibit exquisite work of high quality,…Continue
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The Arrowmont/crafthaus Workshop Scholarship will be awarded to a crafthaus member in early…Continue
"Where the Wind Blows"
"When I was a child in Japan I thought I would become a writer. My head was a full of imagination, memories, feelings, thoughts and stories. Once in a while, they overtook my daily life. It wasn't always easy…Continue
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The Winthrop University Guild of Emerging Metal Designers is excited to announce the call for entry for Emergence: New Questions in Craft and Object Making. Curated by Arthur Hash, Emergence is looking for three-dimensional works created by students that are exploring new…Continue
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Typoramics is looking to fill the last 10 slots to be a part of an exciting thesis where typography meets ceramics. If you are an artist that uses type as part of their ceramic work, you could be included in my thesis catalog, which I plan to push to be published in the future. If…Continue
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I am overwhelmed.
The incessant input of stimulation - ideas,…Continue
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Spanish artist-designer Jaime Hayon was born in Madrid in 1974. Times magazine included Hayon as one of the 100 most relevant creators of our times and Wallpaper magazine has listed him as one of the most influential creators of the last decade.…Continue
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The act of collecting is an intrinsic part of my process and my work. I actively seek out objects that were once loved and displayed within the home but now reside within junk stores and resale shops. These objects are now…Continue
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