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Living Ginger Designs

Medium: Pottery et al

Another Irish artist on my trek to Ireland this past spring I discovered was Louise Browne.

She has always had a passion for making things… It wasn’t until 2007 that she followed her dream to make art and porcelain a better way of life. With several studies in design, textiles, metal and glass; it was pottery she specializes and holds interest in. Her work is organic with floral details. It’s feminine and soft. Visit her blogspot and experience her form.

Visit: LivingGingerDesigns

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Arlene Shechet

Medium: Porcelain

What do Arlene and Meissen works have in common?  Fine works of porcelain art.  And oh my goodness is her work so unique!   Currently exhibiting now at the Rhode Island School of Art Museum through July 2014 it’s  a must see.  Arlene’s sculptures are creations from her artist residency in Germany at the Meissen Manufacturing Company.  Her touch is delicate, surreal and sculptured with a few juxtapositions that position hierarchy, thoughts and old world.  Visit and see for yourself.

Visit:ArleneShechet.net and RISD.edu

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Karen Minati Snyder Studio

Medium: Porcelain, Functional Sculpture

The delicate nature of Karen’s work is evident.  The colors are light, feminine and fluid.  I see almost a revival of art nouveau.  Discover her work for yourself…

Visit: KarenMinatiSnyder

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