Most Valuable Ceramic Art and Photography Designs

The one thing that has truly evolved through time would be ceramic arts. Ceramic artists have contributed to the world of art for centuries long. It is believed to be originated from the period of ancient civilization such as the period of Greek, Chinese, Japanese, Korean cultures. Many of the artisans are engaged in crafting ceramic art because of its growing popularity and the high price at which it is sold. The main provision for the high value of a ceramic piece is its condition and its origin. The origin of art is of immense importance in the world of art. Ceramic arts are made of materials such as clay. But now the word has extended meaning and also includes all non-metallic products which involves heat in the process. The world of the contemporary ceramic sculpture depends on your imagination and has virtually limitless scope.

A Broken ICON – ART by Boazlevi

A Broken ICON – ART by Boaz levi

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There are many ceramic art images which can leave you flabbergasted. Some of the ceramic product has such a  jaw-dropping beauty that will surely leave you mesmerized. 

Aeronaut’s Tableware by David Gomez

Aeronaut’s Tableware by David Gomez

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A type of art that has become very popular in recent days is the ceramic art of the broken icon. The art looks like an arrangement of broken pieces just like the name suggests. Aeronauts ceramics is also a popular ceramic art that includes hand made and hand-painted pottery. It is usually very colorful and bright.

Apple Vases by Stephanie Chu

Apple Vases

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Vases can be shaped in many ways and types. The artist Stephanie Chu explores the creation of vases through porcelain slip- casting shaping it into apples and highlighting the upper and lower parts of the fruit.

Ceramic Cow

ceramic cow

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Ceramic artistry is an area of immense imagination. If you are imaginative and creative you can create a masterpiece. We get ceramic cows in the market now- a- days. It is simply a ceramic art made of porcelain designed in the shape of a cow.

Ceramics by Goeun

Ceramics by Goeun

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Goeun Choi embracing imperfections has created ceramics by gluing broken objects and creating art beyond just ceramics.

Ceramics by Katie Moore

Ceramics by Katie Moore

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Ceramics can take you places beyond imagination. The half-cup made is an explicit example of masterpiece. It contains cups and saucers broken in middle just like a half cup.

Delicate ceramic art by Valeria Nascimento

Delicate ceramic art by Valeria Nascimento

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You can even use ceramic art to design your house. Such as this extraordinary art by Katherine Dube. The art known as halo consists of a collection of hundreds of circular ceramic bands that overlaps each other looking like a long line of the halo.

‘Would You Like a Half Cup of Tea?’ by brealynhallich

Half Cup of Tea by brealynhallich

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Artist Calvin Ma creates arts referencing as toys and action figures to create pieces that speak playful and imaginative tales. The theme of the arts is the figures attempting to mix into their natural environment but not fully able to do so.

HALO by Katherine Dube

HALO by Katherine Dube

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Heated by Calvin Ma

Heated by Calvin Ma

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We all have guardian angels watching over us. Sculptures in the shape of an angel known as ‘Raku Angels’ are also very common now- a – days. Katherine Dube has also created ring vases just as the halo, it has rings attached to the clay body. It is altered, cut, hand-built and are glazed fired in glossy white paint.

Land Schaft by Majaaleksandra

Land Schaft by Majaaleksandra

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Landschaft by Maja Aleksandra includes a group of forms inspired by human-nature relations. It is sculptured in grog. Modern art also includes ceramics made to look such as paper origami crane. It looks like a real paper origami and thus is beautiful.

Paper Crane by Lori Sabina Piecyk

Paper Crane by Lori Sabina Piecyk

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Apple Vases by Stephanie Chu

Potter’s Ship by David Gomez

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Ceramic art & photography has seen tremendous popularity in the last decade. The carving of the masterpieces by some artists are being liked by many people. An object sees a boost in the market when it comes to a well-known or notable collection. But we also should not forget that people like the unique and weird sculptures made by the artists not so renowned now. These artists carve masterpieces based on their vivid imagination. Not only the manufacturer but also the ceramic product photography needs careful study.

Raku angels by Ingrid Hernvall

Raku angels by Ingrid Hernvall

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Rings by Katherine Dube

Rings by Katherine Dube

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Sculptural Vessels by Janice Cormier

Sculptural Vessels by Janice Cormier

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After making the product we also should be careful about its packaging since a single crack can make your efforts go to waste. Hence the market for ceramic products is rising high rapidly. See the more ceramic product at www.liveenhanced.com.

Self-Portrait Bust – Fall 2010 by CydneyRoss

Self-Portrait Bust – Fall 2010 by CydneyRoss

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Sem.hu by Xabier Subijana Letamendia

Sem.hu by Xabier Subijana Letamendia

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Michelle Walter

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