Ceramic Sculptures (268)

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David Rocky Aguirre, Patsy Cox, Nathera Allam, Tracy Buchanan, Ahki Bui, Terry Mollo, Robert Vowles, Jan Harrison, Daniel Janssens offering original Ceramic Sculptures artworks.


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Patsy Cox: 'Propogated Red', 2007 Ceramic Sculpture, nature. Artist Description:  Black clay, porcelain and overglaze ...
nature - Sculpture
4 x 8 inches (10.2 x 20.3 cm)
Patsy Cox: 'Blue with Spud', 2007 Ceramic Sculpture, nature. Artist Description:  Black clay, porcelain and overglaze ...
nature - Sculpture
7 x 7 inches (17.8 x 17.8 cm)
Patsy Cox: 'LA County Conglomeration', 2006 Ceramic Sculpture, Conceptual. Artist Description:  LA County Conglomeration installed at Barnsdall ...
Conceptual - Sculpture
3 x 1 feet (0.91 x 0.30 m)
Patsy Cox: 'Urban Rebutia Detail', 2007 Ceramic Sculpture, Conceptual. Artist Description:  Urban Rebutia Detail ...
Conceptual - Sculpture
8 x 8 feet (2.44 x 2.44 m)
Patsy Cox: 'ChocoRebutias Grouping of three', 2007 Ceramic Sculpture, nature. Artist Description:  Black Clay, Porcelain and Overglaze ...
nature - Sculpture
40 x 12 inches (101.6 x 30.5 cm)
Patsy Cox: 'Urban Rebutia Representational', 2007 Ceramic Sculpture, Conceptual. Artist Description:  Urban Rebutia- Installation # 1, 1500 pieces ...
Conceptual - Sculpture
3 x 1 feet (0.91 x 0.30 m)
Patsy Cox: 'Urban Rebutia at OCCCA', 2007 Ceramic Sculpture, Conceptual. Artist Description:  Urban Rebutia Installation # 2, 4000 pieces at the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art ...
Conceptual - Sculpture
8 x 8 feet (2.44 x 2.44 m)
Patsy Cox: 'Porcelain Rebutia', 2007 Ceramic Sculpture, undecided. Artist Description:  Vitreous Porcelain ...
undecided - Sculpture
15 x 10 inches (38.1 x 25.4 cm)
Patsy Cox: 'Propogated Yellow', 2007 Ceramic Sculpture, nature. Artist Description:  Black clay, porcelain and overglaze ...
nature - Sculpture
8 x 8 inches (20.3 x 20.3 cm)
Patsy Cox: 'Parodia Grouping', 2006 Ceramic Sculpture, nature. Artist Description:  Porcelain and engobe. Grouping of Six. ...
nature - Sculpture
3 x 1 feet (0.91 x 0.30 m)
Patsy Cox: 'Blue Conophytum', 2007 Ceramic Sculpture, nature. Artist Description:  Porcelain, engobe and overglaze. ...
nature - Sculpture
6 x 6 inches (15.2 x 15.2 cm)
Patsy Cox: 'Yellow Conophytum', 2007 Ceramic Sculpture, nature. Artist Description:  Porcelain, engobe and overglaze. ...
nature - Sculpture
6 x 6 inches (15.2 x 15.2 cm)
Patsy Cox: 'Red Conophytum', 2007 Ceramic Sculpture, nature. Artist Description:  Sandblasted porcelain, engobe, and overglaze. ...
nature - Sculpture
6 x 6 inches (15.2 x 15.2 cm)
Nathera Allam: 'An Old Tin', 2002 Ceramic Sculpture, Surrealism.
, 2002
Surrealism - Sculpture
14 x 42 cm (5.5 x 16.5 inches)
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Tracy Buchanan: 'figure 3', 2006 Ceramic Sculpture, Abstract Figurative. Artist Description:  Smoke fired ceramic sculpture. Make from porcelain, burnished at leather hard, fired twice and sealed. ...
, 2006
Abstract Figurative - Sculpture
13 x 12 inches (33.0 x 30.5 cm)
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Tracy Buchanan: 'figure 1', 2006 Ceramic Sculpture, Abstract Figurative. Artist Description:  Smoke fired hand- built ceramic sculpture.  Made from porcelain, burnished at leather hard, fired twice and sealed. ...
, 2006
Abstract Figurative - Sculpture
13 x 20 inches (33.0 x 50.8 cm)
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Tracy Buchanan: 'figure 5', 2006 Ceramic Sculpture, Abstract Figurative. Artist Description:  Smoke fired ceramic sculpture.  Hand built, fired twice and sealed ...
, 2006
Abstract Figurative - Sculpture
10 x 12 inches (25.4 x 30.5 cm)
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Tracy Buchanan: 'figure 2', 2007 Ceramic Sculpture, Abstract Figurative. Artist Description:  Hand built ceramic sculpture.  Made with procelain, burnished at leather hard, fired twice and sealed ...
, 2007
Abstract Figurative - Sculpture
12 x 18 inches (30.5 x 45.7 cm)
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Ahki Bui: 'Love story', 2006 Ceramic Sculpture, Love. Artist Description:  love forever. ...
, 2006
Love - Sculpture
20 x 60 cm (7.9 x 23.6 inches)
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Ahki Bui: 'KimCuong', 2007 Ceramic Sculpture, History. Artist Description:  I like the myth.  ...
, 2007
History - Sculpture
40 x 70 cm (15.7 x 27.6 inches)
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Ahki Bui: 'Asexual reproduction ', 2006 Ceramic Sculpture, Life. Artist Description:  life  ...
Life - Sculpture
43 x 50 cm (16.9 x 19.7 inches)
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Terry Mollo: 'VAse With Male Figure', 2006 Ceramic Sculpture, Figurative. Artist Description: Partial male figure in high relief on vase appears to be gazing inside. This is the original fired ceramic, milkcoated. Piece can be cast in one of many materials for interior or exterior display....
Figurative - Sculpture
8 x 11 inches (20.3 x 27.9 cm)
Robert Vowles: 'Turtle close up', 1993 Ceramic Sculpture, Life. Artist Description: Time consumes all, but its big daddy the singularity taught it to be very generous too....
Life - Sculpture
7 x 8 inches (17.8 x 20.3 cm)
Robert Vowles: 'Turtle', 1993 Ceramic Sculpture, Life. Artist Description: The wealth of robber barons, the megalomania of war lords, the greed of kings, all loom large in our imaginations. Yet they are insignificant and have no defence against the slow inevitable march of time. Time eats everything, it is the ultimate glutton....
, 1993
Life - Sculpture
7 x 8 inches (17.8 x 20.3 cm)
Robert Vowles: 'Poker Face close up', 1990 Ceramic Sculpture, Political. Artist Description: The Joker crucified, the king is a beast. ...
Political - Sculpture
7 x 8 inches (17.8 x 20.3 cm)
Robert Vowles: 'Poker Face', 1990 Ceramic Sculpture, Political. Artist Description:
, 1990
Political - Sculpture
7 x 9 inches (17.8 x 22.9 cm)
Jan Harrison: 'Tendril Birdfish', 1997 Ceramic Sculpture, Animals. Artist Description: This sculpture was included in the installation, Animal Tongues, which was exhibited in Anima. Anima. Animus, Pori Art Museum, Pori, Finland, ( the Finnish Fund for Art Exchange) , andMuseum voor Moderne Kunst, Arnhem, Holland. Image included in chapter on Jan Harrison' s work in book, In The Making: ...
Animals - Sculpture
9 x 15 inches (22.9 x 38.1 cm)
Jan Harrison: 'Dog With No Legs', 1997 Ceramic Sculpture, Dogs. Artist Description: This sculpture was included in the installation,
Dogs - Sculpture
9 x 9 inches (22.9 x 22.9 cm)
Daniel Janssens: 'Rock the boat', 2005 Ceramic Sculpture, undecided.
undecided - Sculpture
30 x 90 cm (11.8 x 35.4 inches)
Daniel Janssens: 'Couple', 2005 Ceramic Sculpture, undecided.
, 2005
undecided - Sculpture
5 x 25 cm (2.0 x 9.8 inches)
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Artists Describing Their Art:

David Rocky Aguirre - ************** To me, Art seems to be a universal language. It can be used to portray something beautiful and uplifting, or to portray a tragedy to motivate and move people to act. To motivate them to help in some way as in Picasso's "Guernica 1937". I have a wide range in creative interests, from most forms of painting- oil to watercolor and on to print forms, sculpture, photography, film and computer animation. Contact me for any creative projects you may have....

Patsy Cox - My most current work embodies mutations, hybrids, growth, and cross-pollination. Multiple forms can stand as individual pieces and also parts of a cohesive whole. When the pieces are grouped together, it's not clear where one begins and the next one ends, which is the original and which is the mutation. While most of my work does not refer to a particular geographical location, my most recent projects have grown out of my own relationship to Los Angeles--its communities; its sheer mass; its blending of boundaries; its mixtures of language and culture. I focus on capturing the overwhelming nature of a sprawling city and often use the primary colors of blue, yellow and red to emphasize the possibility of its transformation--all colors are possible from the mixture. It is important to me that I approach my work in a physical way. The process of creating the work in the tradition of working with clay is as vital as the work itself. ...

Nathera Allam - I was born in the Middle East and traveled to Britain to settle and have been living here for the past 25 years. Having lived in the east and west of this world for equal times I feel I have mixed the magic of the Middle East from thousands of years of historic art with the sophisticated tones, colours and new subjects of western art. Although I found many similarities with art between my two cultures I have lived I found my self attracted to the more changing cycles and genres of art here in Europe. Though I am still very connected to the geometric architectural repeated patterns of many Middle Eastern artists using bold and bright colours, I have experienced many phases of my life dedicated to figurative and sculptural art but I realized now I want to be free. I regard myself as a sensitive person to nature, I love the remaining beauty of untouched parts of the world but I find it a necessity to include the effect of humans on nature and for every painting of beauty, one of the ugly sides of humanity emerges. For me my art is open and I find with each ...

Tracy Buchanan - By using the human figure as a point of departure for sculpture I am trying to communicate an earthly, and emotional experience, an experience that could perhaps recall for someone an emotion or memory, or possibly generate a new sensation. We can all relate to the human figure, because we all inhabit one. The body acts as its own language, one of which is universal. We all occupy our own unique form, yet physically we share our makeup with all humankind. The work that I am producing is figurative in form and emotional in content. ...

Ahki Bui - My inspiration created the source of art tradition .The same sculpture of communal house in the village,sculpture of Buddhism and line of drawing genius antique.I want to show event fell of modern sculpture.There are a certain number of philosophy profound cuture traditional.All the to harmonize in the artwork... ...

Terry Mollo - ARTISTS STATEMENT Stone is my most important medium. The attributes of stone motivate me to seek and appreciate the beauty that has evolved with time and natures forces. Whether marble, travertine, alabaster, agate, onyx, each piece has its own story to tell. Its hues, striations, translucence, brilliance- and faults- have history and mystery to unlock. While carving I listen to the stone and carve only enough to find, and unleash, its organic lines and its aEURoevoice.aEUR Im inspired by the point at which natures organic form meets the inorganic. I concentrate on the force and tension created between the two, and search for the line that is formed by their union. In my sculpture, organic and inorganic form often conjure human emotion, human condition. Natures sea forms, shells and waves, suggest human form, depth, fluidity, texture, tone. Botanicals are sensuous with leaves and flowers that appear muscled and fleshy. Stems of flowers, such as orchids or lilies, stand tall, appear happy or courageous and proud, while other stems are viney or gnarled and appear desperate or defeated. All are similar to the ways in which the anatomy and musculature of the human body reflect its deepest feelings and emotion. Terry ...

Robert Vowles - My earliest artistic impulses were satirical. Whether drawing unflattering cartoons of family members or playing the class clown, my creative sparks were baby thunder bolts. As I grew older it was natural that I should grow to love surrealism. I appreciated the way surrealist images pulled the rug out from under the conventions I grew up with. I lost myself in the imaginary worlds created by artists like Salvador Dali and Hieronymous Bosch. In contrast to these artists my creative inspiration required that my artwork exist in the world in three dimensions. I would be a surrealist sculptor. After graduating from the University of Toronto in 1982 with an Honours BA in political science and a solid grounding in what a blighted place our world is, I went to search for my piece of Mammon. I utilized my artistic skills as a three dimensional illustrator for ad agencies. I did not abandon my dream of being a surrealist sculptor, but added to it a new dream. I hoped to create a themed gallery for my art work and the work of other like minded artists. I hate displaying my art work in clinical gallery environments like some sort of lab ...

Jan Harrison - A close connection with the animal nature has helped me to have more empathy with all manifestations of the life force, and to express the complex experience of what it is to be here as a flesh and blood being. As long as I can remember, I have loved animals and felt a kinship with them. I live with five cats, all rescued strays, and one feral. They are an inspiration to me, and I learn from them. Emotion has always played a part in my work, as well as the kind of mythology that comes from the body's sensual and spiritual desires, something felt in the bones and cells. I am concerned about the need for love in a world that does not respect vulnerability. I am also concerned about the need for self respect in a world that seems to disrespect the power of the life force. I am working for my character, and my work is concerned with the paradox of the power of nature with regard to our own sense of order or justice. Through communion with the animal nature, I am interested in the integration of instinct and intellect, knowledge and innocence, power and ...

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...