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Louise Lakier
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Furwood
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Tile backsplash - Ceramic artist, Patty McQuillen of Crowfoot Studio (Seattle area)
granite scrap salvaged from a larger job makes up the kitchen's countertop. Peggy collaborated with a local ceramic artist, Patty McQuillen of Crowfoot Studio, to create the tile mosaic on the backsplash. The warm colors used in the mosaic represent the home's color
A granite scrap salvaged from a larger job makes up the kitchen's countertop. Peggy collaborated with a local ceramic artist, Patty McQuillen of Crowfoot Studio, to create the tile mosaic on the backsplash. The warm colors used in the mosaic represent the home's color
A granite scrap salvaged from a larger job makes up the kitchen's countertop. Peggy collaborated with a local ceramic artist, Patty McQuillen of Crowfoot Studio, to create the tile mosaic on the backsplash. The warm colors used in the mosaic represent the home's color palette. Stools: Northwest Design
“Countertops and hardware.” — Debbie Stokes
Prentiss Architects
6 Reviews
Artist's Studio
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Those patio tiles are glazed and fired ceramic.
When ceramics artist Sandy Bradley finished her residency, Hayward asked her to design these custom hand-painted concrete tiles for the studio's sunny patio.
Artist's Studio
“Teras tile?” — Meltem Ersoz
Katerina Tana Design
Katerina Tana Design
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beach a five-minute bike ride away, the bathroom features a clean white and blue color palette. The brilliant blue oversized tiles are creations of ceramic artist Adnan Hoca of Turkey, who works with the Iznik Foundation. Tana has collaborated before with the Iznik Foundation for her collection on a project
“I love the blue tile” — Ann Mellett Korsak
Seattle Painting Expert
Best of Houzz 2014
For over twenty years, Shearer Painting has focused on fine tuning a team approach to cost effectively installing the highest standard of paint & special coatings for home owners and builders.
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Dube Fine Art and Design
Gamma Swirls
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Ceramic artist Katherine Dube creates amazing wall sculptures with subtle colors that trick the eye, appearing
appearing to climb up the wall in twists and turns. Click here to read Becky Harris' interview with the artist and her creative process.
Ceramic artist Katherine Dube creates amazing wall sculptures with subtle colors that trick the eye, appearing to climb up the wall in twists and turns. Click here to read Becky Harris' interview with the artist and her creative process.
“Idea for diy art” — meems3
Dube Fine Art and Design
Growth
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Katherine Dube ceramic artist created this beautiful sculpture
Dube ceramic installation as well. Simply brilliant!
This installation is titled "Growth." Dube considers her work to be "a wonderful opportunity to present ceramics in various architectural spaces, engaging with new audiences who have perhaps not considered clay before."
“teensy barnacles” — MCC Excursions
Element Clay Studio
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Element Clay Studio Photos
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Keep things straight. Ceramic artist Heather Knight keeps a board that is always evolving, which inspires her work. Notice how the neat orientation of each image makes the whole thing
Keep things straight. Ceramic artist Heather Knight keeps a board that is always evolving, which inspires her work. Notice how the neat orientation of each image makes the whole thing easy to read. P.S.: Stay tuned for an upcoming tour of Heather's studio in Asheville, North Carolina.
“cork boards” — sugarskull1974
Shelley Gardea
Mosaic Mantel and Day of the Dead Candelabra
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Don't like pic but do like shelf idea of broken ceramics....
Call designed and crafted this mosaic mantel and hearth made of marble and faux granite chips. A Day of the Dead candelabra made by friend and ceramic artist Susie Ketchum adorns the mantel.
“Mantle mosaic” — Judy Solomon_Hughes
Dube Fine Art and Design
Waves, Ceramic Wall Installation
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(detail image 1) Dimension: 96 x 48 x 1". Ceramic Artist: Katherine Dube. Material: Porcelain, white. Details: Each strip is hand-made: individually rolled, cut and altered; then glaze fired. Each piece is individually attached on site. The ceramic vertical strips alternate against bare space
Title: Waves Dimension: 96 x 48 x 1". Ceramic Artist: Katherine Dube. Material: Porcelain, white. Details: Each strip is hand-made: individually rolled, cut and altered; then glaze fired. Each piece is individually attached on site. The ceramic vertical strips alternate against bare space
“Fazer em barro” — denisebol
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