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Suzanne Noll, Ben Guess, Luc Bihan, Jason Messinger, Daniel Janssens, Setyo Mardiyantoro, Thomas Van Horn, Tai Nguyen offering original Ceramics artworks.


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Suzanne Noll: 'Dachshund Dog Tea Candle Holder Item 1074', 2011 Handbuilt Ceramics, Dogs.       This cute little Doxie candle holder is great decor for any Dachshund lover. The ceramics are made of high fire ceramics and various glazes. I added whiskers made of black wire that are curled at the tips. Two white tea candles and brown pebbles included.As with all my creations...
Dogs - Ceramics
3.5 x 4 inches (8.9 x 10.2 cm)
Suzanne Noll: 'Brown and Tan Dog Oil Reed Diffuser Item V1075', 2011 Handbuilt Ceramics, Dogs.      Here is a great way to decorate your home while sitting back taking in the beautiful aroma of the included vanilla oil rattan reed diffuser. This ceramic dog vase holds a refillable . 5 fl oz. vial and 5 reeds that is easy to remove. The reeds provided are filled with...
Dogs - Ceramics
4 x 6 inches (10.2 x 15.2 cm)
Ben Guess: 'Life in the Stars', 2009 Other Ceramics, undecided.    This Ceramic piece was created with the theme of spital of life Its an elevated Bowl crater/ bowl ~ Its a self standing ceramic piece of weight and visual interest.   all Foodsafe Glazing ...
undecided - Ceramics
17.1 x 11.5 inches (43.4 x 29.2 cm)
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Ben Guess: 'Spiraling Worlds', 2010 Other Ceramics, undecided.   This Ceramic piece was created with the theme of spital of life Its an elevated Bowl crater/ bowl ~ Its a self standing ceramic piece of weight and visual interest.   ...
undecided - Ceramics
17.3 x 13.5 inches (43.9 x 34.3 cm)
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Ben Guess: 'Spiral of Life ', 2009 Other Ceramics, undecided.  This Ceramic piece was create with the theme of
undecided - Ceramics
16 x 4.5 inches (40.6 x 11.4 cm)
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Luc Bihan: 'Africa', 2010 Other Ceramics, Portrait.
, 2010
Portrait - Ceramics
10 x 18 inches (25.4 x 45.7 cm)
Jason Messinger: 'Hive II', 2007 Other Ceramics, Abstract Figurative. Hand- built and carved slab- construction ceramic sculpture hand- painted in multiple glazes. Designed in round.       ...
, 2007
Abstract Figurative - Ceramics
18 x 13 inches (45.7 x 33.0 cm)
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Jason Messinger: 'Shift', 2008 Other Ceramics, Abstract Figurative. Hand- built slab- construction ceramic sculpture with metallic glaze. Designed in round.       ...
, 2008
Abstract Figurative - Ceramics
18 x 27 inches (45.7 x 68.6 cm)
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Daniel Janssens: 'Untitled', 2011 Handbuilt Ceramics, undecided.
, 2011
undecided - Ceramics
20 x 30 cm (7.9 x 11.8 inches)
Daniel Janssens: 'Untitled', 2011 Handbuilt Ceramics, undecided.
, 2011
undecided - Ceramics
20 x 30 cm (7.9 x 11.8 inches)
Daniel Janssens: 'Untitled', 2011 Handbuilt Ceramics, undecided.
, 2011
undecided - Ceramics
20 x 30 cm (7.9 x 11.8 inches)
Daniel Janssens: 'Untitled', 2011 Handbuilt Ceramics, undecided.
, 2011
undecided - Ceramics
20 x 30 cm (7.9 x 11.8 inches)
Daniel Janssens: 'Untitled', 2011 Handbuilt Ceramics, Abstract.
, 2011
Abstract - Ceramics
30 x 20 cm (11.8 x 7.9 inches)
Daniel Janssens: 'Untitled', 2011 Handbuilt Ceramics, undecided.
, 2011
undecided - Ceramics
20 x 30 cm (7.9 x 11.8 inches)
Daniel Janssens: 'Untitled', 2011 Handbuilt Ceramics, undecided.
, 2011
undecided - Ceramics
20 x 30 cm (7.9 x 11.8 inches)
Setyo Mardiyantoro: 'lucertola mare', 2010 Wheel Ceramics, Animals.
Animals - Ceramics
20 x 20 cm (7.9 x 7.9 inches)
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Setyo Mardiyantoro: 'lucertola', 2010 Wheel Ceramics, Animals.
, 2010
Animals - Ceramics
20 x 20 cm (7.9 x 7.9 inches)
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Setyo Mardiyantoro: 'scoiattolo', 2010 Wheel Ceramics, Animals.
, 2010
Animals - Ceramics
20 x 20 cm (7.9 x 7.9 inches)
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Setyo Mardiyantoro: 'Camoscio di notte', 2010 Wheel Ceramics, Animals.
Animals - Ceramics
20 x 20 cm (7.9 x 7.9 inches)
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Setyo Mardiyantoro: 'Cerva', 2010 Wheel Ceramics, Animals.
, 2010
Animals - Ceramics
20 x 20 cm (7.9 x 7.9 inches)
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Setyo Mardiyantoro: 'farfallina', 2010 Wheel Ceramics, Animals.
, 2010
Animals - Ceramics
20 x 20 cm (7.9 x 7.9 inches)
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Setyo Mardiyantoro: 'Cavalletta', 2010 Wheel Ceramics, Animals.
, 2010
Animals - Ceramics
20 x 20 cm (7.9 x 7.9 inches)
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Setyo Mardiyantoro: 'vaso', 2010 Other Ceramics, Animals.
, 2010
Animals - Ceramics
20 x 20 cm (7.9 x 7.9 inches)
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Setyo Mardiyantoro: 'offerta', 2010 Other Ceramics, Animals.
, 2010
Animals - Ceramics
20 x 20 cm (7.9 x 7.9 inches)
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Suzanne Noll: 'Lil Smokie Brown Bear Face Mask', 2009 Other Ceramics, Mask.
Mask - Ceramics
15 x 15 inches (38.1 x 38.1 cm)
Suzanne Noll: 'Gunner Small Dog Sculpture', 2010 Handbuilt Ceramics, Figurative.      Gunner is a dog Sculpture made of Red Earthenware ceramic clay with various glazes used as well as white wire for the whiskers. Felt applied to the bottom of the paws to help protect your furniture from scratches. The perfect gift for any animal or dog lover.As with all...
Figurative - Ceramics
7 x 5 inches (17.8 x 12.7 cm)
Thomas Van Horn: 'possessive man frivolous woman', 2010 Handbuilt Ceramics, Abstract.    sculpture hand built ceramics  ...
Abstract - Ceramics
7 x 7 inches (17.8 x 17.8 cm)
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Thomas Van Horn: 'figurine family', 2010 Handbuilt Ceramics, Abstract.   sculpture hand built ceramicsIf the pieces are moved to a different position it changes the narrative, ...
Abstract - Ceramics
2 x 4 inches (5.1 x 10.2 cm)
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Tai Nguyen: 'ceramic', 2010 Handbuilt Ceramics, nature.    beautifull hand made bat trang ceramic          ...
, 2010
nature - Ceramics
12 x 18 inches (30.5 x 45.7 cm)
Tai Nguyen: 'vase stone', 2010 Other Ceramics, nature.   hand made stone vase with multi color it fancy and heavy       ...
, 2010
nature - Ceramics
8 x 9 inches (20.3 x 22.9 cm)
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    Luc Bihan - Luc is an internationally known French sculptor, trained in San Francisco Art Institute. He has directed animation in both France and Canada and has supervised animation in China, North Korea, Poland, and Romania. As an artist, Luc feels art creation is a therapeutic meditative process, reflecting the subconscious and releasing inner thoughts and feelings. 30 years of clay sculpture Luc Bihan's interest is the relationship between the human and the organic world which makes clay his favorite medium for any sculpting project. The natural earthy essence of clay makes it the most ecological medium available and he believes "the language of time talks to me through my fingers tips." While self-expressive, his art is also a form of communication with his audience: the symbolic images he develops are frequently ambiguous and encourage the viewer to consider different layers of meaning. Whether it is his organic figurative sculpture or his whimsical drawings, the work of Luc Bihan is a statement of texture and sensuality. ...

    Jason Messinger - Jason Messinger creates ceramic art that straddles the cool allure of pure abstraction and the hot recognition of representation. His art explores the fuzzy borders between representation and abstraction, identity and design, meaning and beauty. Sculptures that are abstract in shape but with a figurative sensibility, and tile murals with symbolic imagery that tease the viewer into becoming complicit in their meaning. The sculptures are solidly present while expressly fluid. They change appearance with the viewers' perspective, transforming in shape and direction. Each face of the work functions like movements of a dance, with unexpected turns. Different perspectives on the work converse with each other, creating a circular narrative of motion and stillness, form and emotion. The artist approaches ceramic tile with a painter's concerns and a sculptor's experience. The idea of abstraction on the edge of identification permeates the work. Images often hint at language, symbol, map, comic strip, or hieroglyph; but only hint, as the symbols remain undefined, transitional. His multi-tile works are modular, allowing any configuration and sequence of the tiles. The murals exhibit a circular narrative, open-ended to interpretation. The viewer becomes complicit in constructing the meaning. Mounting systems allows one to ...

    Daniel Janssens - "It is the woman's beauty and mystery that have made me paint and sculpt in the first place." The artist, who previously painted only one human figure per painting, has recently begun to represent several figures, and these figures are no longer exclusively women. In sculpture also, the single human figures of the beginning are gradually replaced by intertwined figures, that go by two, by couple, or even by trio or quartet. "Previously, it was the individual that questioned me. Now, increasingly, I paint and sculpt attitudes and relationships." Painting and sculpture are based on different relationships: that between the sculptor-painter and his painting or sculpture, that between colors and shapes, that between the spectator and the work of art, and finally, the possible relationship between the different spectators. "However, I have not become a narrative artist, even if the spectator can invent stories about the human figures they see depicted." - But why only one subject? - Because the more one concentrates on one - and only one - subject, the deeper one can go, and the more style and technique can speak freely. If one always seeks to change subjects, it becomes difficult to specialize in it." It is the...

    Setyo Mardiyantoro - Setyo Mardiyatoro was born in Java, Indonesia the 13/04/64 and got a degree in Agricultural technology at the National University of Jember, Indonesia in 1990. In'91 he came to Italy to follow his real vocation which is artistic. At present he lives in Naples where he works as a painter. In his work there is all the history of his experience which has matured in two completely different worlds similar only for their richness and variety of traditional cultures and the production of works of art. The remembrance and the nostalgia for an exuberant nature can be seen in the Italian landscapes which admiration covers with a golden light and which are enriched with stylized birds, the symbol of sentiments and thoughts which they have recalled up. Images of oriental fairy tales, mythological scenes and animals confront one another with the enigmatic faces of western women in thoughtful attitudes. In his first works he is inspired by the technique of Indonesian Batik, where the "tik" is the drop of wax used to leave a point uncolored. In his contact with traditional western art he has found that pointillism is particularly near in it's results to this ...

    Thomas Van Horn - I believe in an ongoing creation. All new moments and the events therein, even the thoughts, are evidence of the creation happening. When I work artistically, or any other way, I participate in that creation. I co-create with the mechanism of creation with what I like to call my heart mind hands. Every stroke of the brush is absolutely new to the universe. It's never happened just like that before. Even if I could make the exact same mark twice, which I can't, the surrounding circumstances and environment would be different for each mark. I don't try to plan a work too much because every work seems to take on its own life and guides me more than me guiding it. I jokingly call my genre accidentalism as so many works seem to result from happy accidents. In the balance of intuition and craft, I have leaned towards letting it go rather than making it come. ...