xu zhen -ceramics? no - frosting? no - It's oil paint! from The Jealous Curator blog

xu zhen -ceramics? no - frosting? no - It's oil paint! from The Jealous Curator blog

Wang Ruilin’s Soulful Animal Sculptures His equine pieces are a bit more inward looking, with the horses often standing as direct representations of himself.

Wang Ruilin’s Soulful Animal Sculptures His equine pieces are a bit more inward looking, with the horses often standing as direct representations of himself.

Li ChenFLICKERING MOONLIGHT  A Chinese proverb goes, “water in thousands of rivers reflects the same moon, while no cloud in the sky represents you a clear view,” which is exactly the inspiration for Li Chen ’s work Flickering Moonlight.

Li ChenFLICKERING MOONLIGHT A Chinese proverb goes, “water in thousands of rivers reflects the same moon, while no cloud in the sky represents you a clear view,” which is exactly the inspiration for Li Chen ’s work Flickering Moonlight.

AH XIAN is a Chinese-Australian contemporary artist whose work reflects his intrigue with the human body, Xian uses  different techniques & materials, many of which are rooted in ancient Chinese craft skills, including porcelain, cloisonne, lacquer, jade, ox-bone inlay, bronze, & concrete.

AH XIAN is a Chinese-Australian contemporary artist whose work reflects his intrigue with the human body, Xian uses different techniques & materials, many of which are rooted in ancient Chinese craft skills, including porcelain, cloisonne, lacquer, jade, ox-bone inlay, bronze, & concrete.

by Gao Xiaowu (b1976; Sanming, Fujian; lives and works in Beijing) http://www.whiterabbitcollection.org/artists/gao-xiaowu/

by Gao Xiaowu (b1976; Sanming, Fujian; lives and works in Beijing) http://www.whiterabbitcollection.org/artists/gao-xiaowu/

Robert Haviland's porcelain is more than chinaware. It is intricate art for the table. A fresh take on classic designs. Imaginative interpretations mingle with modern day functionality. The result is contemporary china for those special occasions. Adding to today's chic tableware, Robert Haviland creates a dynamic presence in any setting.

Robert Haviland's porcelain is more than chinaware. It is intricate art for the table. A fresh take on classic designs. Imaginative interpretations mingle with modern day functionality. The result is contemporary china for those special occasions. Adding to today's chic tableware, Robert Haviland creates a dynamic presence in any setting.

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