Owen Bartlett
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porcelain

porcelain but could be made in polymer too

Japanese pottery

By fusing of porcelain and glass, Misa Tanaka has created some vessels called, Shizukana Sora (Quiet Sky), taking second place in this years Takaoka Crafts Competition in Japan. Shizukana Sora by Misa Tanaka, Second Prize at Takaoka Crafts Competition

Tabletop stylized forest in shades of green, Japanese garden bonsai feel. $43.50, via Etsy.  The base of the forest is reclaimed wood with brass nail detail. It has a felt backing to prevent any scratches. The trees are hand carved floral foam, each unique and hand painted with acrylic. The trunks are bamboo and are stained and distressed.

Tabletop stylized forest in shades of green, Japanese garden bonsai feel…

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Knitted ceramic pot. Lace knitting dipped in earthenware clay slip, dried over former and fired in kiln. Yarn burns out.

Lace knitting dipped in earthenware clay slip, dried over former and fired in kiln. Yarn burns out.

These are ceramic totems made by an artist inspired by indigenous forms....but I'm thinking this could be done as a collaborative class project using different sized tin cans....paint them white with gesso and let the kids paint a pattern on their own can...layer the cans every other with white cans!

Sally Russell:Totems 2012 ceramic These multi-colored- totems are inspired by indigenous forms and add a bright pop of color to an interior or landscape. They are hand-crafted of high-fire ceramic with glaze and each piece is unique.