A big thank you to everyone who participated in our #claybyday end-of-summer fun event. We’ve selected our top favorites from the hundreds of submissions we received. Below you’ll find each artists’ submission as well as their Instagram handles so you can see what else they’re up to. Enjoy!
Whitney: I love the strata in this soon-to-be nerikomi cylinder by ceramist Anne Mossman.
Marie Claire: Terrestrial ceamics. Reminder that clay comes from the land.
Whitney: Bleep. Blorp. Blorg. This work is downright performance art created by an “analog 3D printer” – the artist himself as the robot creator with blue hands and cylindrical silver arms. I think this is hilarious. You can see the original post with video here.
Whitney: I love the matte desert rose color and the sleek crisp lines of these black clay works about to head into the kiln.
Whitney: These works just make me feel downright happy as they gleefully await the kiln.
Marie Claire: Wow! Do we wear them on our heads?
Whitney: Yum, the texture on this porcelain is to die for. I love the dynamic texture as it draws my eyes all over the surface.
Marie Claire: Architectural, fleshy, and maybe functional??
Whitney: I love these. Soft and grounded.
Marie Claire: These are pinched pots by @handwerklab. They all fit together like puzzle pieces. Reminiscent of kidneys, and umm… peanuts!
Whitney: Pea pods! Arranging these together must be so gratifying.
Marie Claire: I love the scale of this little moon, the smooth matte surface, and how it fits in the hand.
Whitney: So smooth.
What do you think of our #claybyday selections from the worlds of contemporary ceramic art and contemporary ceramics? Let us know in the comments below.