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
bradstarks:

Friend and supermodel Marielle Macville is an incredibly talented ceramicist and has one of the best senes of humor. She sends me the funniest liks and notes that make me laugh out loud.  Her son Gus Drake has followed in his Mom and Dad’s footsteps and is also blazing his own path in the fashion biz. Her amazing one of a kind pieces are available at this link : http://bit.ly/mmceramics

bradstarks:

Friend and supermodel Marielle Macville is an incredibly talented ceramicist and has one of the best senes of humor. She sends me the funniest liks and notes that make me laugh out loud.
Her son Gus Drake has followed in his Mom and Dad’s footsteps and is also blazing his own path in the fashion biz. Her amazing one of a kind pieces are available at this link : http://bit.ly/mmceramics

anthropologyyy:

Cecilia Robinson

anthropologyyy:

Cecilia Robinson

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blueberrymodern:

Natzler

blueberrymodern:

Natzler

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s-c-r-a-p-b-o-o-k:

Lithic by Yasha Butler

s-c-r-a-p-b-o-o-k:

Lithic by Yasha Butler

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heathceramics:

So much good stuff out today @ Heath Sausalito, one of a kind experiments on vases and bowls. (at Heath Ceramics)

heathceramics:

So much good stuff out today @ Heath Sausalito, one of a kind experiments on vases and bowls. (at Heath Ceramics)

theiainteriordesign:

Matte Faceted Vessels: Boyan Moskov

theiainteriordesign:

Matte Faceted Vessels: Boyan Moskov

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modernmagazine:

James Tower
February 5-28, 2014

An exhibtion of twenty-five vessels, plates and sculptures by James Tower.

 “James was an extraordinary man; he always seemed to have time on his side. I never saw him in a flap. His work expresses a quiet but passionate engagement with things; with the making of things and with the state of things”

Antony Gormley, foreword in The Ceramic Art of James Tower
Written by Timothy Wilcox and published by Lund Humphries, 2012.
 
For more information, visit http://www.erskinehallcoe.com/

Photos: Erskine, Hall & Coe Limited

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hopelessceramix:

hiro ajiki

hopelessceramix:

hiro ajiki

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hopelessceramix:

barbro aberg

hopelessceramix:

barbro aberg

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sageceramics:

japaneseaesthetics:

A  Satsuma Vase and Cover Signed Sastuma Seiko ga Bunka nen sei and a Shimazu-mon, Meiji period (late 19th century), Japan Of globular form imitating a jar with a brocade cloth cover with tassels, decorated in iron-red, blue and green enamels and gilt on a crackled cream ground, with a profusion of chrysanthemums behind brushwood fences, the shoulder with various textile designs, the cover with a dragon holding a sacred pearl 28.5cm. high.  Christies

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sageceramics:

japaneseaesthetics:

A  Satsuma Vase and Cover
Signed Sastuma Seiko ga Bunka nen sei and a Shimazu-mon, Meiji period (late 19th century), Japan
Of globular form imitating a jar with a brocade cloth cover with tassels, decorated in iron-red, blue and green enamels and gilt on a crackled cream ground, with a profusion of chrysanthemums behind brushwood fences, the shoulder with various textile designs, the cover with a dragon holding a sacred pearl
28.5cm. high.  Christies

Sageceramics:
More than ‘like’ !!!!!!

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adamspuryear:

Takuro Kuwata “Flavor of Nature”

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artsy:

From understated works by major artists like Hiroshi Sugimoto and Richard Serra, to mind-bending functional pieces by contemporary designers, these are the ten most popular works from FOG Art+Design so far.
(Pictured: Ryota Aoki, Vessel Collection)

artsy:

From understated works by major artists like Hiroshi Sugimoto and Richard Serra, to mind-bending functional pieces by contemporary designers, these are the ten most popular works from FOG Art+Design so far.

(Pictured: Ryota Aoki, Vessel Collection)

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sugarmeows:

Liteblubals (ceramic, 2012) – Tony Marsh

sugarmeows:

Liteblubals (ceramic, 2012) – Tony Marsh

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stormphyre:

claytonblackwellceramics:

Salt Fired Rice Bowl
By: Clayton Blackwell

want to toooouch

stormphyre:

claytonblackwellceramics:

Salt Fired Rice Bowl

By: Clayton Blackwell

want to toooouch

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freundly:

Takuro Kuwata