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Australian artist Penny Byrne uses vintage porcelain figurines to create thought-provoking political messages. “These darkly humorous figurines span a range of issue such as global… Porcelain Jewelry, Porcelain Ceramics, Ceramic Pottery, Ceramic Art, Painted Porcelain, Porcelain Tiles, Contemporary Sculpture, Contemporary Art, Aesthetic Objects

Thought-Provoking Sculptures by Penny Byrne | Inspiration Grid

Australian artist Penny Byrne uses vintage porcelain figurines to create thought-provoking political messages. “These darkly humorous figurines span a range of issue such as global…

Take an old porcelain figurine, an egg cup and a plate and create a unique soap dish or serving plate. What fun! Recycled Art, Repurposed, Something Old Something New, Crafts For Kids, Diy Crafts, Trash To Treasure, Shabby Chic Style, Altered Art, Altered Images

Grappige prullenbak met opdruk | vtwonen

Deze simpele badkamer wordt opgeleukt door de grappige prullenbak. Het sanitair van de badkamer komt van G.J. Meijer Sanitair in Almere.

Sleepy Pincushion Porcelain Dog by EleonorBostrom on Etsy Love Sewing, World Of Color, How To Make Paper, Fabric Dolls, Pin Cushions, Ceramic Pottery, Whimsical, Cool Designs, Artsy

Sleepy Pincushion Porcelain Dog | Etsy

This is a haberdashery dog to help you with your everyday sewing. She is a unique hand sculpted dog, made out of self made paper porcelain with a velvet pincushion for a turban. She is about 8 cm high and 5,5 cm wide and weighs 55 g. This item is completely handmade and one of a kind. ———— Please be sure to read my store policies before making a purchase. Shipping takes up to 28 days. If you have any questions or want to see more pictures of the dog before purchasing please contact me…

Shary Boyle shows Flesh and Blood at the AGO Contemporary Ceramics, Contemporary Art, Ceramic Pottery, Ceramic Art, Kitsch, Art Gallery Of Ontario, Clay People, Flesh And Blood, Sculpture Art

Shary Boyle shows Flesh and Blood at the AGO

Scarborough native Shary Boyle has just unveiled a substantial exhibition of her paintings and sculptures at the Art Gallery of Ontario. "Fles...

ART: Porcelain Sculptures by Chris Vicini : Ceramic Animals, Ceramic Art, Animal Sculptures, Contemporary Artists, Artsy Fartsy, Porcelain, Creatures, Ceramics, Sconces

The porcelain kingdom of Idiotheim | Yatzer

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Linda Cordell's humorous or unsettling porcelain animals. Playing on the conventions of traditional porcelain figurines such as Sevres or Meissen, these ceramic animals portray more natural or base tendencies of sexuality or aggression. Ceramic Animals, Art Pieces, Statue, Ceramics, Dogs, Pottery Animals, Ceramica, Pottery, Artworks

animals — Linda Cordell

Linda Cordell's humorous or unsettling porcelain animals. Playing on the conventions of traditional porcelain figurines such as Sevres or Meissen, these ceramic animals portray more natural or base tendencies of sexuality or aggression.

Soft-paste porcelain cane handle, made by Saint-Cloud porcelain factory, France, about Museum Number Cane Handles, Galleries, Britain, Shelf, Porcelain, Table Lamp, Europe, Museum, Study

Cane Handle | V&A Explore The Collections

Soft-paste porcelain cane handle, made by Saint-Cloud porcelain factory, France, about 1730-1750

Linda Cordell's humorous or unsettling porcelain animals. Playing on the conventions of traditional porcelain figurines such as Sevres or Meissen, these ceramic animals portray more natural or base tendencies of sexuality or aggression. Rust Paint, Ceramic Animals, Enamel Paint, Squirrel, Deer, Cats, Painting, Pottery Animals, Gatos

animals — Linda Cordell

Linda Cordell's humorous or unsettling porcelain animals. Playing on the conventions of traditional porcelain figurines such as Sevres or Meissen, these ceramic animals portray more natural or base tendencies of sexuality or aggression.