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goednieuws said: Hi Vasi,

I can send you some pictures of my work but its not finished jet.
It still has to be glazed and fired up in the kiln. Unfortunately that will be after new year (since the school closes for a couple of weeks)
But after that ill be sure to send you some pictures of my work.
To which email address do i have to send them?


Hello Gert. Thank you for your message. It’s better to send us the pictures after the New Year because we will have more visitors then, and more people will be able to see your work. Our email is ceramicscj [at] gmail.com. If you have pictures already taken, be sure you’ll send them to us, maybe we can make a story :). Thanks again for your message and Merry Christmas!! Vasi, Ceramics Now

  • nu-v44v-deactivated20131221 said: This is the most exciting news of my week! There is finally a decent blog dedicated to ceramics! I was wondering if you knew any links to sites or books or anything on contemporary ceramics? I studied some ceramics this year and read quite a few ceramics magazines dedicated to contemporary ceramics, and I would like to keep hold of this interest! I'm sorry this is so incoherent, but I really am so pleased, and the work you have posted so far is beautiful! Ander.

    Thank you very much for your kind words. Unfortunately, there aren’t as many good websites dedicated to contemporary ceramics as ones might think :). I recommend you to follow Studio Pottery and to subscribe to New Ceramics Online, these are the most complete websites dedicated only to contemporary ceramics. If you are doing research on a special category like japanese ceramics or raku-fired, mail us and we will give you all the links you ask for. But keep following us, our long-term project is printing a ceramics magazine and making a wonderful online resource for ceramists and lovers alike. Vasi, Ceramics Now

  • saatchionline:

    Showdown, an online tournament where Saatchi Online artists can showcase their work and go head-to-head with other artists on the site. Saatchi Online members can vote for their favorite works of art and give one winner and one runner-up a chance to display their art at the Saatchi Gallery in London and other possible venues in major art markets. The winner will receive US $1000, the runner up US $500, and all the winning works will go on display at the Saatchi Gallery in London.

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  • "Employing a dramatic narrative structure in which a swine appears as protagonist, Bang acutely captures our diverse daily emotions – depression, anxiety, desire, obsession, loss, hallucination, horror – from the viewpoint of an animal. His small, cute swine characters echo viewers who think of them logically and rationally as weak, poor animals."

    Noel Sewell about ceramist Chang Hyun Bang

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