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20 Valuable Treasures of Ceramic Art




If there’s one thing that truly evolved throughout these thousand years, that would be ceramics. Its origins can be traced from the time of ancient civilizations, noted for ceramics include the Chinese, Cretan, Greek, Persian, Mayan, Japanese, and Korean cultures. Up until today, this art still thrives. Ceramic art refers to objects made from clay. But nowadays, the term includes all non-metallic products that involve heat in the process.

A Broken ICON – ART by Boazlevi

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The word ceramics came from the Greek word “keramikos” meaning “pottery”. Long before, it was strongly associated with the coiling method, a process where strings of clay were used to form shapes and consequently pots. Some ceramic products are regarded as fine art, while others are regarded as decorative, industrial or applied art objects. They may be made by one individual or in a factory where a group of people design, make and decorate the ware. Decorative ceramics are sometimes called “art pottery”.

Today, the basic clay can be made into almost anything. With the use of heat, artists use clay to carve masterpieces according to what their imagination dictates. To give you an idea, here are 20 samples of ceramic arts that offer limitless possibilities. Enjoy!

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Sculptural Vessels by Janice Cormier

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Sem.hu by Xabier Subijana Letamendia

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Self-Portrait Bust – Fall 2010 by CydneyRoss

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Ceramics by Katie Moore

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

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Apple Vases by Stephanie Chu

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Raku angels by Ingrid Hernvall

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Paper Crane by Lori Sabina Piecyk

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Earth and Fire by Pablo Pineda

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Land Schaft by Majaaleksandra

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Ceramics by Goeun

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Delicate ceramic art by Valeria Nascimento

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Heated by Calvin Ma

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Reserved by Calvin Ma

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Shimmi Schadegg by Raymond Inauen

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HALO by Katherine Dube

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Rings by Katherine Dube

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Aeronaut’s Tableware by David Gomez

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Potter’s Ship by David Gomez

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 20 Valuable Treasures of Ceramic Art

Rai is a communication graduate who loves to write about interesting stuff and to visit places foreign to her. She loves to challenge herself and to exceed her limits. She’s currently a part of PrintRunner.com and writes articles about print brochures and print stickers.

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  1. BDF says:

    Amazing artworks!

    Ceramic art is sort of in fashion in Spain now, I recommend the works of Rubenimichi and Aitor Saraiba:

    http://www.rubenimichi.com/ceramica/ceramica.html

    http://www.aitorsaraiba.com/ceramicas/ceramicas.html

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