St. Petersburg, Russia – master illusionist creating the likeness of Dali, Picasso, and DaVinci. Art History Ceramic Statements
A romantic symbolist from Hungary. Uses smashed antique plates to create fascinating mosaics.
From California, Sylvi anodizes aluminum to create her beautifully colored jewelry. She does this by passing an electrical current through the metal creating a funky and fashionable look.
Hand painted black and gold vases, wine glasses, and champagne flutes.
Found object wire sculpture people using junk found at flea markets and junk yards. Made with copper, brass, and silver.
Geniune 60s albums laminated and made into fashion accessories.
From Kansas, Karg makes hand-blown glass paperweights, made by rolling hot glass through sparks.
Hand made Raku Ceramics inspired by Art Deco. The crackle effect created with smoke to combustion from burning paper.
Slipcase ceramics with pop art and art history themes like Oldenburg.
Gouache paints and colors set to paper which is then twisted for depth and visual effect.
Based in New Orleans, this artist group is known for their hand-blown glass with a playful mix of color and geometric shapes.
Ancient Egyptian Goddess Isis precursor of Venus. Cast hydrostone, carved, sandblasted, heated, and aged.
Hand carved porcelain vessels. Rolled slabs formed into vases which are dipped in black silt and then carved into with a knife to create beautiful designs.
Three generations of pueblo potters from Nicaragua create terra cotta and stoneware. Colors created with paints and tree saps, designs carved with scaffitto. Mythological, Mayan, and Aztec themes.
Based in Cade Cod, Amy makes hand painted Art Deco wine glasses.
From Richmond, VA. Slumped and blown glass classic vessel shapes, sandblasted, and casted.
Decorative hand-blown glass vessels. Myrinni canes and Biomorphic themes. From San Francisco, CA.
From New Jersey. Stained glass cut boxes with inlaid agate stones. Mirror interior.
From New York. Architectural glass casting imitating rivulets in the Hudson River.
From Colorado. Energism – the swirls in these paintings represent the flow of energy between all things – man, animal, and landscape.
From Arizona. Slab formed ceramics roll printed over a jar and spray painted.
Hand painted batik silk folded into ceramic vases inspired by butterflies and moths. Each one is a lamp.
From Argentina. His company Infinity Metal uses hand wrought copper, brass, and steel to make candelabras.
Large connected part vessels constructed, slipcast, and spun into majestic forms. From Richmond, VA.
From Lynchburg, VA. Cut, formed, and dyed from a single piece of leather. Molded while wet.
From Pennsylvania. Oak and purple heart from Brazil. Velvet lined interior drawers.
From Florida. Plaster of Paris statues carved, decorated, and formed into Goddesses of Antiquity.
From France/Brazen, Canada. Bronze sculpture through solder and metal construction. A male and female from embedded in river rock stone.
From Richmond, VA. Graphic designs applied to brass, encased with fiberglass creating an entire world of Art history and Art Deco.
From Richmond, VA. Frames made with recycled found wood from construction sites and inlaid with glass mosaics.
From Richmond, VA. Feminist expressionist paintings in acrylic on masonry boards and canvas.
From Colorado. Large sculptural ceramics with textured graphic surfaces.
From Richmond, VA. Twisted hand formed copper and steel wire sculptures with the feeling of a blind contour drawing.
From New York. Found object fantasy clocks. Eccentric sculptures made with engine parts, typewriters, bottle caps, nails, toy airplanes, and movie viewfinders.