Some of the 5,500 stolen artifacts purchased by Hobby Lobby are believed to have originated in the long-lost city of Irisagrig.
A group show in London responds to a ceramics exhibit staged at the Whitney Museum in 1981.
Former abstract painter Peter Opheim explains why he turned to painting from clay models.
Italian sculptor Matthias Verginer hopes his work encourages people to accept themselves.
Biological sculptor Olivier de Sagazan explores the borderlands between life and death in his bisected works.
Connecticut artist Karen Main makes horrifying mutant and monster sculptures inspired by, of all things, the ocean and nature.
Cristina Tufiño makes whimsical, tropical-hued clay bits.
Using clay and paint, sculptor Chris White makes fantastical sculptures that resemble the ancient bristlecone pines of California.
“Clay” is the latest release from their recent EP ‘U WANT THE SCOOP?’
The artist speaks to Creators about ceramics, culture, and the human need to make art.
Raphael Vangelis gives the rainbow wheel of death a DIY makeover.
Swedish artist Emilie Steele handcrafts incredibly detailed dolls to tell stories.