Sunday, May 1, 2011

“Moving” Ceramics

It is May, finally and “Bloom” was only appropriate for this hopefully blooming month, enough of cold and gloom, only long summer days, blooming gardens and blue skies ahead.
 
Bloom modern living room
“Bloom” an installation by Los Angeles ceramic artist Katherine Dube
 
An interview with the designer and more pictures of her work is on Houzz, very interesting techniques and beautiful pieces. Could not help think about dust, but sometimes we have to disregard certain issues for the sake of beauty, no ? I love the white on white and the movement of the pieces.
 

7 comments:

eclecticrevisited said...

call me ignorant but at first I thought they were carpet squares...
but still...a very nice effect...
white on white is so stunning...
maureen

La Boheme said...

Really really lovely! It's amazing what people can create with the right amount of imagination, no? Happy to catch up on your posts again :)

Renée Finberg said...

really cool.
i love groupings!

Blue Fruit said...

Well I was happily thinking how beautiful it was, and then you went and popped my happy little bubble with the dust observation.

Which is, of course, perfectly true.
So I shan't love it quite so much any more.

Jimmy The Undercover Designer said...

Blue Fruit
I am sure they can be washed somehow

Petra Voegtle said...

Jimmy, check out "elementclaystudio" by Heather Knight on Etsy:
http://www.etsy.com/people/elementclaystudio

She creates remarkable art tiles inspired by all kinds of corals and other sea creatures. Absolutely beautiful!

Greetings, Petra

reub-envision said...

very pretty!