absolutearts.com Company Logo

Ceramic Sculptures (276)

Page 7 of 10
Terry Mollo, Robert Vowles, Jan Harrison, Daniel Janssens, Skip Bleecker, Bobbie Newman, Harry Weisburd, Valentina Savic, Win Peterman offering original Ceramic Sculptures artworks.


Contemporary Art / Sculpture Categories / Ceramic Sculptures / Previous / Next
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)
Skip Bleecker: 'Blue Grey 3 Hole', 2003 Ceramic Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description: Handmade, Wheel- thrown, High fired, Porcelain, Ceramic Sculpture with designs based on Organic forms. ...
Abstract - Sculpture
5 x 8 inches (12.7 x 20.3 cm)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Skip Bleecker: 'Turquoise Spike Jar', 2003 Ceramic Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description: Handmade, Wheel- thrown, High fired, Porcelain, Ceramic Sculpture with designs based on Organic forms. ...
Abstract - Sculpture
6 x 10 inches (15.2 x 25.4 cm)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Skip Bleecker: 'Copper Black 2 Hole', 2004 Ceramic Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description: Handmade, Wheel- thrown, Raku fired, Porcelain, Ceramic Sculpture with designs based on Organic forms. ...
Abstract - Sculpture
5 x 8 inches (12.7 x 20.3 cm)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Skip Bleecker: 'Blue Tan 3 Spout', 2003 Ceramic Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description: Handmade, Wheel- thrown, High fired, Porcelain, Ceramic Sculpture with designs based on Organic forms....
Abstract - Sculpture
6 x 9 inches (15.2 x 22.9 cm)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Bobbie Newman: 'Her Guardian Angel', 2005 Ceramic Sculpture, Love. Artist Description: Female Lover reading a book in a chair with winged male watching over her. Stained bisque ware....
Love - Sculpture
4 x 3 inches (10.2 x 7.6 cm)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Bobbie Newman: 'House Vase Back', 2005 Ceramic Sculpture, Humor. Artist Description: House blowing in the wind with back stairs, vessel. Glazed clay. Can hold water....
Humor - Sculpture
5 x 7 inches (12.7 x 17.8 cm)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Bobbie Newman: 'Photographers Studio Family Portrait', 2005 Ceramic Sculpture, Interior. Artist Description: Father and daughter having photo taken in front of beach back drop by woman photographer in a one room apartment. Glazed white clay....
Interior - Sculpture
6 x 4 inches (15.2 x 10.2 cm)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Bobbie Newman: 'The Story', 2005 Ceramic Sculpture, Love. Artist Description: Nude lovers on an ornate couch, the male wearing a crown and telling a story, the female listening intently - Stained Bisque ware....
, 2005
Love - Sculpture
5 x 5 inches (12.7 x 12.7 cm)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Bobbie Newman: 'Pet Sculpture Fia', 2005 Ceramic Sculpture, Animals. Artist Description: Send Photos of your pet; I' ll sculpt; Price varies. Fia the pit bull with photo, commissioned artwork of a pet, glaze and stain on red clay....
Animals - Sculpture
5 x 3 inches (12.7 x 7.6 cm)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Bobbie Newman: 'House Vase Front', 2005 Ceramic Sculpture, Humor. Artist Description: House blowing in the wind with people' s faces and flowers in the windows, vessel. Glazed clay. Can hold water....
Humor - Sculpture
5 x 7 inches (12.7 x 17.8 cm)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Bobbie Newman: 'Lovers in Woods', 2005 Ceramic Sculpture, Love. Artist Description: Glazed, Colorful, Romantic - Clinging Lovers walking in woods, with tree and many flowers...
Love - Sculpture
8 x 8 inches (20.3 x 20.3 cm)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Bobbie Newman: 'Sun Bather', 2005 Ceramic Sculpture, Nudes. Artist Description: Nude bisque female figure seated, facing the sun. Delicate limbs, art deco feel. Felt protectors on bottom...
, 2005
Nudes - Sculpture
3 x 4 inches (7.6 x 10.2 cm)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Bobbie Newman: 'Saturday Night', 2005 Ceramic Sculpture, Nudes. Artist Description: White Bisque Nude young Female Figure putting on nylon stocking. Felt protector on bottom...
Nudes - Sculpture
5 x 4 inches (12.7 x 10.2 cm)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Bobbie Newman: 'Am I Blue', 2005 Ceramic Sculpture, Figurative. Artist Description: Blue and black glazed nude female dancer like figure sitting in reflective pose...
, 2005
Figurative - Sculpture
6 x 5 inches (15.2 x 12.7 cm)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Harry Weisburd: 'Sleeping Woman', 1999 Ceramic Sculpture, Figurative. Artist Description: Sleeping Woman is a Limited Edition of 25 bas relief sculpture...
Figurative - Sculpture
9 x 4 inches (22.9 x 10.2 cm)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Valentina Savic: 'a Castle', 2002 Ceramic Sculpture, undecided. Artist Description: instalation from bricks glased and painted gold...
, 2002
undecided - Sculpture
50 x 50 cm (19.7 x 19.7 inches)
Valentina Savic: 'mamma', 2002 Ceramic Sculpture, undecided. Artist Description: The bricks are in position of Pithagorean mathematical order named Tetraktis Glazed and paint with gold....
, 2002
undecided - Sculpture
84 x 24 cm (33.1 x 9.4 inches)
Valentina Savic: 'wall 1', 2004 Ceramic Sculpture, undecided. Artist Description: wall study...
, 2004
undecided - Sculpture
92 x 25 inches (233.7 x 63.5 cm)
Terry Mollo: 'Vase With Female Figure', 2006 Ceramic Sculpture, Figurative. Artist Description: Partial female figure in high relief on vase appears to emerge from inside. The original fired ceramic has been sold, but the 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)
Win Peterman: 'Viking back view', 2002 Ceramic Sculpture, Figurative. Artist Description: This view of Viking shows off the detail of the long hair and the throne.  A model posed for this sculpture.  Once the piece was completed, it was kiln fired and a patina was applied. ...
Figurative - Sculpture
6 x 6 inches (15.2 x 15.2 cm)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Win Peterman: 'Male Resting front view', 2002 Ceramic Sculpture, Figurative. Artist Description: Resting is a terra cotta clay sculpture created from a posing model.  It was chosen by Alcove Books to publish in American Art Collector Volume 1, Book 3 - Northern States. ...
Figurative - Sculpture
6 x 5 inches (15.2 x 12.7 cm)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Win Peterman: 'Woman Relief', 2003 Ceramic Sculpture, Figurative. Artist Description: A model posed for this sculpture.  I used terra cotta clay for this creation.  In order to get the relief, I carved into the clay slab and then  used terra cotta to built us certain area.  The piece was kiln fired and a bronze patina was applied. ...
Figurative - Sculpture
14 x 7 inches (35.6 x 17.8 cm)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
(Page 7 of 10) - MORE ARTWORKS
Return To Top Of This Page

Artists Describing Their Art:

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...

Skip Bleecker - Art Forms Most of my work consists of wheel thrown porcelain forms based on organic patterns of microscopic and macroscopic organisms. Some are based on seed pods, teeth, pollen, sea animals, squash, and even watermelon, but as the development proceeds, they merge and take on new forms of possible and imaginary organisms. All are hand made, one of a kind pieces, usually done in a series, so there might be some similarity among some pieces, but no two are ever exactly alike. Seed Pods For most of my life, I have been both attracted to and very allergic to, large numbers of trees, grasses, and bushes. I have refused to become trapped indoors just because of these allergies, and as I began to develop my own sculptural forms, I examined both macroscopic and microscopic forms in nature. By examining the form and structure of seeds and other natural objects, I found great beauty in these simple forms, and developed simple organic sculptural designs, based on slightly abstract versions of these natural objects. ...

Bobbie Newman - BOBBIE NEWMAN - CHICAGO SCULPTOR I sculpt scenes to express the beauty of human beings in a simple moment, and also scenes which depict my own revelations about life. I hope you enjoy them. I'm happy to do a commission from a photo of anything you may desire: A house, a pet, a person. I can also help you create the idea for depicting your subject. Please contact me to see more work and answer any questions. My work has been sold in Chicago at Objects, Joy Horwich, Merrill Chase Water Tower Place, Chiaroscuro, Erie Street Gallery and Lill Street Gallery....

Harry Weisburd - Harry Weisburd is an Internationally Represented Artist, including, USA, Expressions Gallery, Berkeley, California,

Valentina Savic - VALENTINA SAVIC was born in Prizren, Serbia 1970. 2007 Completed Master of Arts at the Ceramic Sculpture Department from the Faculty of Applied Arts (FAA) at the Ceramic Department 1998- 2000 received scholarship from the Greek Government for School of Fine Arts in Athens, sculpture department 2000 Graduated from the Faculty of Applied Arts (FAA) at the Ceramic Department ...

Win Peterman - Artist Statement "Alice in Wonderland" as a child that is how I felt looking at the drawings, paintings and sculpture in my Uncle's shop. When I become absorbed in creating, the same wondrous childhood feeling - my "magic moment" takes over. Like Alice, I am propelled along the path, capturing unexpected delights. My goal is to spark the "magic moment" feeling in those viewing my art by pulling them in-capturing their minds, hearts and emotions. I grew up surrounded by nature in the Appalachian Mountains of Pennsylvania. When I was 8 years old I experienced an overwhelming need to capture the image of a deer. Only after I drew the deer did the "feeling" recede. I can still see the deer as if the incident happened yesterday. That awakening, so hard to describe, lives within me and I call it my "magic moment". My inspiration comes from the world around me. Nothing gives me more delight than to capture a "magic moment" and find that people viewing my art experience a similar feeling. A teacher once told me that most people are either two dimensional or three dimensional. She said I was both, which was very unusual. I find ...