Such interesting work! fantastic textures paired with clean lines and forms create hugely successful pieces. I love the huge variety in her works also.
"62 artists to follow on Instagram — 25 pieces to be found
HIDE-N-SEEKAH is hiding 25 pieces of ceramic art in Milwaukee, WI during this year’s NCECA conference (March 19, 20, 21). Clues to find the pieces will be posted on artists own personal Instagram feeds. Which 25 of the 62 artists will be hiding pieces? Nobody knows!!!
Search “hidenseekah” on Instagram and follow all 62 participating artists (tap “following” in the upper right corner of the HIDE-N-SEEKAH profile for the full list of artists to follow). Keep your eyes peeled for clue images on Instagram during NCECA. FINDERS KEEPERS!!!
HIDE-N-SEEKAH is NOT an official NCECA event!
Read the full Ceramics Monthly article on HIDE-N-SEEKAH on Carole Epp’s blog, Musing About Mud by following this link: http://musingaboutmud.blogspot.com/2014/03/on-your-mark-get-set-hide-n-seek.html
*Images in this album are not necessarily the actual pieces to be found*”
I’m so excited for this! Tumblr ceramic nerds, I look forward to meeting you if you’re there :)
Two inspiring shows that is currently happening at the MOCCA : Misled by Nature & The Nightwachers by Keita Morimoto
The show will be up between Feb 8 - April 6, I highly recommend everyone to check it out. I was so inspired and so proud to see some Canadian artists making incredible works. For more pictures of the exhibit here are some photos I took and posted on my flickr.
This is an absolutely amazing show. David Altmejd’s piece is weirdly wonderful, over the top and grotesquely beautiful. Admission to the MOCCA is free, so if you’re in Toronto, go!