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  • Alberto Bustos – sculptures Apnea – sculptures ceramiques
  • Alberto Bustos – sculptures Apnea details – sculptures ceramiques
  • Alberto Bustos – Broto en blanco – Sculptures ceramiques
  • Alberto Bustos – sculptures Anud – Refractaria negra y porcelana, pigmentos, oxidos y esmaltes
  • Alberto Bustos – Nomadas – sculptures ceramiques
  • Alberto Bustos – Libertad provisional – sculptures ceramiques
  • Alberto Bustos – Khamsim – sculptures ceramiques
  • Alberto Bustos – blizzard – sculpture ceramique
  • Alberto Bustos – Sculptures ceramiques  – sculptures ceramiques
  • Alberto Bustos – 1, 2, 3, suena sculpture ceramique
  • Alberto Bustos – 1, 2, 3, suena sculpture ceramique
  • Alberto Bustos – 1, 2, 3, suena sculpture ceramique
  • Alberto Bustos – Sonada pesadilla sculpture
  • Alberto Bustos – Sculpture Boceto
  • Alberto Bustos – portrait / Sculptures ceramiques
  • Alberto Bustos – portrait / Sculptures ceramiques

Alberto Bustos – Ceramiste de Talent !

Alberto Bustos – Ceramiste de Talent ! (Espagne)
Découvrez ses magnifiques sculptures !

  • Butterfly Garden, Katharine Morling – porcelain, black stain and wire
  • Katharine Morling – Deer – Clay, porcelain slip, porcelain and black stain
  • Katharine Morling – Vase of stems – Porcelain and black stain
  • Katharine Morling – Discovery
  • Katharine-Morling – Butterfly Garden
  • Fox – KATHARINE-MORLING – sculpture
  • Katharine Morling Ceramics – giraf
  • Katharine Morling – Cut 2 – Earth stone, porcelain slip, porcelain and black stain

Katharine Morling Fine Ceramics

Katharine Morling Fine Ceramics. (England)

Katharine Morling - Discovery

Katharine Morling – Discovery

“My work has been a personal narrative, which alludes to tales, dreams and nightmares. I bring my drawings alive in 3D. My work is often life-size or larger; a chair will stand a metre tall. The work has been of a domestic nature, taking inanimate objects such as chairs and layering them with emotion. As I build up piece by piece, I have created rooms with atmosphere where unexpected feelings arise from apparently mundane objects. 
I work very instinctively, one piece leads to the next, I try not to pin down what I am doing or even why. I have to trust and believe that I can communicate through this medium.
My searching is never complete; each piece is a journey for answers that are only hinted at, with more questions. 
I predominantly work in clay but use other materials when I feel it is necessary: glass, string, wood, raffia and mirror.”


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