I was lucky enough to visit the ceramic city of Seto in Japan and one workshop that particularly inspired me was the studio of Singama who specialise in the “Sometsuke” technique.
British ceramic artist Effie Gibson has a keen eye for nature-inspired surfaces, especially these pieces from her ‘Mountain Range’ series that all reference worn and weathered surfaces.
Naomi Bikis is a ceramic artist based in East London who looks to blur the line between functional and sculptural, starting out the wheel first and altering them significantly afterward.
American artist Giselle Hicks is originally from California but now resides in Helena, Montana where she uses a coil and pinch technique to explore both functional and sculptural shapes.
Australian artist Tania Rollond has been able to make muted ceramic works that consist of stitching different colours together to create a series that’s aesthetically beautiful on the eye.
New York based Ceramic artist Simone Bodmer-Turner collaborated with photographer Yudi El and stylist Leah Pipes Meltzer to showcase her rustic ceramics forms in a beautiful light.