My bumper sticker, if I had one, would probably read, “I stop for flowers”. That’s what I did when I saw these beauties on the Colossal website. The porcelain florals were created by Israeli ceramist, Zemer Peled. The pieces are constructed from ceramic shards of blue cobalt traditionally used in Japanese pottery. You can view more of these amazing sculptures here in her portfolio.
Images: Courtesy of Zemer Peled.
Our seasonal thought right about now probably pertains to candy so I thought you might appreciate these “sweet” mandalas created by Arizona-based artist, Kathy Klein. She is known for her stunning creations of floral mandalas but she has also made them out of sea shells. You can see more her work and purchase some of her prints on her website, dãnmãlã.
Images: Courtesy of Kathy Klein.
Love this collection of “Bug Balls” created by UK-based textile artist, Claire Moynihan. She uses free form dimensional embroidery techniques to create these sculptural insects and snails mounted on felt balls. Do check out more of these amazing ‘bugs’ on her website.
Images: Courtesy of Claire Moynihan.