Ronit Baranga leaves 'Embrace #1' up for interpretation, but the sculpture is very sensual.
This is how project manager Elza Jaszczuk swapped her soul-sapping desk job for soft clay and a pottery wheel.
We asked some legit ceramicists.
"The Asian-American community is so large, and yet there haven’t really been conversations specifically catered toward us — people are really hungry for it. No pun intended."
A group show in London responds to a ceramics exhibit staged at the Whitney Museum in 1981.
Artists Joakim Ojanen and Ryan Travis Christian bring their divergent practices together for a comically entertaining exhibition.
Nico Mazza makes pipes that are woman-positive, sex-positive, and functional art objects that are fun to smoke out of.
Seattle ceramics artist Katie Marks also makes tiny, smokeable kitten and geode pipes.
Meet Ayumi Horie, the Maine potter creating slow activism with handmade crafts.
Spend two days around the fire in the North End.
Rachel Sussman’s ‘Sidewalk Kintsukuroi’ series brings a traditional Japanese art practice to the streets.
The artist speaks to Creators about culture, and the human need to make art.