More ideas from Johanna
This week on TheNiceNiche.com, SPRING (finally!)—captured in gorgeous plastic casts— Rachel Dein of Tactile Studio Rachel Dein's method of plaster casting captures flowers and foliage in a unique and delicate way. She creates her original casts by making an impression in wet clay and then pouring plaster directly over it. The clay captures the most intricate details, subtly accenting the plaster as it sets... >>read more>> #art #flowers #london

Making a Beautiful Impression Rachel Dein's method of plaster casting captures flowers and foliage in a unique and delicate way. She creates her original casts by making an impression in wet clay and then pouring plaster directly over it.

The advice that Brit McDaniel of Paper & Clay Studio gave in this interview is so valuable

The advice that Brit McDaniel of Paper & Clay Studio gave in this interview is so valuable. Artsy ceramic mug

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Texture - Kleur - I love this white glaze on the red clay. I may have to do this with a couple of pieces to see if I can reproduce it in a useful way.

Wind Chime: ceramic  hemispheres hung close together create long body of a fish with -I'm sure- a great sound chime.  Could be done with your own clay but also upcycled old tea or espresso cups for this same thing,  fish or not. Cute!

Grade Pinch Pots - Wind Chime: ceramic hemispheres hung close together create long body of a fish with -I'm sure- a great sound chime. Could be done with your own clay but also upcycled old tea or espresso cups for this same thing, fish or not.

koi clay bowl ceramics project: could be a pitch pot cup with an animal of your choice inside. like the cups with surprise frog at bottom, revealed when you drink all your milk.

koi clay bowl ceramics project: could be a pitch pot cup with an animal of your choice inside. like the cups with surprise frog at bottom, revealed when you drink all your milk. I LOVE THIS

Hand-pinched bowl in black and white from Brooklyn artist Suzanne Sullivan.

I like this design as the bowl is not perfectly smooth and has been shaped by pitching. I like the use of the white clay and the black paint. Hand-pinched bowl in black and white from Brooklyn artist Suzanne Sullivan.