stirring up the meltingpot

My love for eating and the right presentation of food, has led me to the art of ceramics. I've collected dishes and other ceramics ever since I began traveling the world as a fashion model. I started designing my own pottery after enrolling in a ceramics class some 15 years ago. I am inspired by archeological finds and tribal art.
You can check out some of my work on ETSY
http://www.etsy.com/shop/MarielleMacville
http://www.facebook.com/mariellemacvilleceramics
blueberrymodern:

karl scheid

blueberrymodern:

karl scheid

(via wishflowers)

https://www.etsy.com/listing/206282627/ceramic-art-bronze-chalice-goblet?ref=shop_home_active_2
troybungartstudios:

CARBON TRAP SHINO This is the gem of the kiln. Going to try and do this again.

troybungartstudios:

CARBON TRAP SHINO
This is the gem of the kiln. Going to try and do this again.

(via wishflowers)

artpropelled:

Kenneth Armitage

artpropelled:

Kenneth Armitage

catherine-white:

Hot lemon peppers in a cool wood-fired bowl.

catherine-white:

Hot lemon peppers in a cool wood-fired bowl.

artpropelled:

Pre-Columbian ceramic Spindle whorls from Ecuador

artpropelled:

Pre-Columbian ceramic Spindle whorls from Ecuador

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#birthdaybouquet #dahlias #mariellemacvilleceramics #ceramics #flowers

artpropelled:

ancient jar

artpropelled:

ancient jar

(Source: pinterest.com)

astonishing-moments:

Andre Borderie

astonishing-moments:

Andre Borderie

(Source: blueberrymodern, via wishflowers)

indigenousdialogues:

Oval Basin attributed to Bernard PalissyFrench, Paris, about 1550 Lead-glazed earthenware  18 7/8 x 14 1/2 in. "Mrs Wellwood’s soft finger ran lightly over a platter containing very lively images, in pottery, of a small toad, a curled snake, a few beetles, some moss and ferns, and a black crayfish.     ‘I’ve never seen anything so lifelike. Every little wart and wrinkle.’”© A.S. Byatt, ‘The Children’s Book’, pg 11 (Chatto & Windus, 2009)

indigenousdialogues:

Oval Basin attributed to Bernard Palissy
French, Paris, about 1550 
Lead-glazed earthenware
18 7/8 x 14 1/2 in.

"Mrs Wellwood’s soft finger ran lightly over a platter containing very lively images, in pottery, of a small toad, a curled snake, a few beetles, some moss and ferns, and a black crayfish.
     ‘I’ve never seen anything so lifelike. Every little wart and wrinkle.’”

© A.S. Byatt, ‘The Children’s Book’, pg 11 (Chatto & Windus, 2009)

blueberrymodern:

rose cabat

blueberrymodern:

rose cabat

(Source: pinterest.com, via thomortiz)

brooklynpottery:

Andy DiPietro

brooklynpottery:

Andy DiPietro

(via fired-earth)

whitneymuseum:

Jeff Koons’s Play-Doh is made up of twenty-seven individual interlocking pieces of painted aluminum and took two decades to fabricate. Definitely not child’s play! 

whitneymuseum:

Jeff Koons’s Play-Doh is made up of twenty-seven individual interlocking pieces of painted aluminum and took two decades to fabricate. Definitely not child’s play!