Emerging Ceramic Artists: Pottery and Ceramic Sculpture by Up-and-Coming Contemporary Ceramic Artists
See 20 promising contemporary ceramic artists in this FREE PDF!
With so much incredible contemporary ceramic art being created today, it becomes difficult to keep up with new, up-and-coming ceramic artists. To help keep you abreast of all the great contemporary ceramic art being made by emerging artists, the editors of Ceramics Monthly have put together a juried collection of some of the most exciting contemporary ceramics out there. Emerging Ceramic Artists: Pottery and Ceramic Sculpture by Up-and-Coming Contemporary Ceramic Artists includes 20 promising contemporary ceramic artists, who have been pursuing a career in the field for less than ten years. Inside, you will find images of their work, insights about their motivations, inspirations and techniques.
Whether you’re looking for inspiration for your own ceramic art or you’re a collector looking to add to your ceramics collection, Emerging Ceramic Artists: Pottery and Ceramic Sculpture by Up-and-Coming Contemporary Ceramic Artists includes contemporary ceramic sculpture, functional pottery, and compelling ceramic installation art.
Emerging Ceramic Artists: Pottery and Ceramic Sculpture by Up-and-Coming Contemporary Ceramic Artists includes the following up-and-coming ceramic artists:
Kelsey Bowen, Billings, Montana
Guy Van Leemput, Herentals, Belgium
Jackie Head, Indianapolis, Indiana
Andy Bissonnette, St. Louis Park, Minnesota
Casey Whittier, Kansas City, Missouri
Taylor Sijan, Lincoln, Nebraska
Yewen Dong, Jingdezhen, China
Juan DeJesus Barroso, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Kimberly LaVonne, Kansas City, Missouri
Lukas Easton, Alfred Station, New York
Paul Maloney, Sheboygan, Wisconsin
Toni Losey, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada
Dane Hodges, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Iren Tete, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Jared Peterson, Red Lodge, Montana
Emilie Bouvet-Boisclair, Chicago, Illinois
Diana Butucariu, Vendelsö, Sweden
Noemi Iglesias Barrios, Langreo, Spain
Joann Quiñones, Richmond, Indiana
Lynne Hobaica, Bakersville, North Carolina
Download the free guide right now, and become a better ceramic artist tomorrow. That’s our promise to you from Ceramic Arts Network!
Jennifer Poellot Harnetty
Editor, Ceramic Arts Daily
PS: Remember, the artists featured on Ceramic Arts Network are among the top ceramic artists in the world today, who excel in everything from functional pottery to abstract ceramic sculpture. When you download one of our free guides, you get the best possible advice available and you become a part of our community – enjoying our artists’ stories, gaining inspiration from their work and finding confidence to try new techniques every day!
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