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A Florian Ladstätter necklace for this gorgeous, sunny day in San Francisco #artjewelry #contemporaryjewelry #handmadejewelry #jewelry #necklace #beads #colorful #florianladstätter #inthegallerynow

A Florian Ladstätter necklace for this gorgeous, sunny day in San Francisco #artjewelry #contemporaryjewelry #handmadejewelry #jewelry #necklace #beads #colorful #florianladstätter #inthegallerynow

36 Likes, 2 Comments - Nick Leonoff (@nickleonoff) on Instagram: “#Portal25 #ADDS2016 #blownandcarvedglass”

36 Likes, 2 Comments - Nick Leonoff (@nickleonoff) on Instagram: “#Portal25 #ADDS2016 #blownandcarvedglass”

Legge & Braine (@leggeandbraine) • Instagram photos and videos

Legge & Braine (@leggeandbraine) • Instagram photos and videos

Donna Kato's green & red necklace. Three beads are the focus of Donna's newest class on CraftArtEdu.

Donna Kato's green & red necklace. Three beads are the focus of Donna's newest class on CraftArtEdu.

Laura Donefer: Spring/Summer Basket, 2016. (blown and flame worked glass)

Laura Donefer: Spring/Summer Basket, 2016. (blown and flame worked glass)

suzanne belperron

suzanne belperron

143 vind-ik-leuks, 4 reacties - Kelly O'Dell (@kellyofthedell) op Instagram: 'Making a couple more #ammonite pieces tomorrow at #prattfineartscenter with cal and raven. Should…'

143 vind-ik-leuks, 4 reacties - Kelly O'Dell (@kellyofthedell) op Instagram: 'Making a couple more #ammonite pieces tomorrow at #prattfineartscenter with cal and raven. Should…'

Penelope Rakov - glass artist

Penelope Rakov - glass artist

Contemporary Ceramic : Japanese Women Tomita Mikiko Although Japanese women were involved in the Japanese pottery industry for centuries, mainly as decorative artists with their tea wares or performing menial tasks, they were excluded from being in direct contact with the kilns or taking on apprenticeships.  Postwar Japan saw more opportunities arise for women in advanced education and they began to enter university art schools and other training facilities both in Japan and overseas. They…

Contemporary Ceramic : Japanese Women Tomita Mikiko Although Japanese women were involved in the Japanese pottery industry for centuries, mainly as decorative artists with their tea wares or performing menial tasks, they were excluded from being in direct contact with the kilns or taking on apprenticeships. Postwar Japan saw more opportunities arise for women in advanced education and they began to enter university art schools and other training facilities both in Japan and overseas. They…

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