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Chanel's Rainbow

The Chanel Rainbow collection pops from the pages of all of the Spring fashion magazines. The Daily Beast called it a “painterly print featuring every possible colour on the colour wheel. 43 more words

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Another Mystery Artist

A search for Aja Vaz will lead you to her blog, etsy and facebook pages…but little else in the way of a background. Since a picture is worth a thousand words, follow the link to Aja Vaz’ Google Images.

Laurie Prophater

One Step at a Time

Trying to emulate porcelain has not been difficult. UltraLite with a dusting of cornstarch is the is the perfect substrate. On the other hand, the ‘perfect’ background has created a myriad of experiments. 75 more words

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Anthrophomorphic Form

Australian artist, Katherine Wheeler, received a BFA in Gold and Silversmithing, but her recent work has moved her toward the delicate materials of porcelain, paper and thread. 53 more words

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Drawn to White

For the past few months my studio daydreams have focused on porcelain…pure white porcelain…but in polymer. The work of two artists featured on Ornamental Elements… 49 more words

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Retaining Fluidity

Monica Rudquist works primarily in porcelain and is know for her distinctive spiral design. “I love forming a piece of clay on the wheel while it is in a fluid state and I am compelled to create forms which retain this fluidity and gesture,” the Minneapolis artist explains. 62 more words

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Rigid Fragility

Alex Horst uses the rigid fragility of gemstones to counterbalance the ‘ductile properties of gold & silver’. Simple geometry and clean lines are the cornerstone to Alex Horst’s gemstone carvings and jewelry creations because they allow the elegance and beauty of nature to speak for itself.  15 more words

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