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Handmade Ceramic Wall Hangings

Original and handmade, these are one-of-a-kind ceramic wall hangings created in the ArtLife Social Enterprise Workshops.

Please refer to the images and make your selection via the dropdown menu below.

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$15 each


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$20 each

 

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The ArtLife Social Enterprise workshop is for artists that are interested in developing an income from their work. Predominantly exploring techniques in hand built ceramics and printmaking, the group creates works to sell online and at makers markets. Works include ceramic pinch pots, wall hangings, jewellery, and other objects as well as hand-printed greeting cards, tea towels, and totes.


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Handmade ceramic Sea Creature wall decor

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I was commissioned to create handmade ceramic sea creature wall decor for the exterior of a villa on the sea in Spain. This was quite an undertaking requiring months to create. I had to design each piece so that it could be attached to the exterior wall, look fabulous and survive being shipped to Europe. My client requested 35 fish all different some swimming in one direction- others in the opposite.

two intricately decorated ceramic fish

Each sea creature must be exciting and different.

When I create my wall sculptures; whether fish, turtles, owls or other wonderful animals, my intention is use textures and color to make a piece of art that interests any viewer. I use stamps that I have shaped and sculpted, jewelry, zippers, and odd bits of things with useful textures to cover the animal in a way that enhances their structure.

a school of colorful and diverse fish

Usually people purchase a single wall sculpture to add zip to a room-inside or outside, others will group several on a wall. This was my first commission using sea creature decor as architectural ornamentation. And it turned out great!

fish on the Villa's exterior

fish on wall looking toward the sea

The client was so pleased he reordered twice as many more! 20 crabs, 10 octopus, 4 turtles, 10 star fish and  30 more fish!

I love doing commissions, whether is tile, sculpture or paintings. Your ideas are a spring board offering me an opportunity to design and discover.  If you would like sea creatures to hang on your wall, or to use as architectural detail give me a call. I am happy to work with you to determine colors, subject matter and construction. Prices will vary depending on the level of labor and complexity. We will quote the price based on each job. 

octopus in green and teal wall sculpture

If you want a single piece that is great also. Email me at [email protected] or give me a call at 410.603.0531 to discuss what you would like to order. See my blog for more images!! 

 


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What Is A Ceramic Artist?

Some ceramics, such as pottery and sculptures, are regarded fine art. The majority, on the other hand, are considered decorative, industrial, or applied art artifacts. In archaeology, ceramics can be considered artifacts.

Ceramic art can be created by a single individual or a group. A group of individuals work at a pottery or ceramic factory to design, manufacture, and decorate the art ware.

“Art pottery” is a term used to describe pottery products. Ceramists or potters create studio pottery in a one-person pottery studio.

Meet Ceramic Artist Ed

Hello, my name is Ed, I’m a potter and ceramic artist from Murfreesboro, Tennessee, who specializes in beautiful ceramic wall decor artwork.

I like making ceramic wall art that isn’t like traditional pottery manufactured on a potter’s wheel. Each piece of art is the result of years of honing clay-working techniques. Years of trial and error go into each beautiful ceramic artwork.

Click here to see ceramic fish wall art. Here is where I go into more detail about creating ceramics with clay.

What Is The Difference Between Ceramics And Pottery?

Ceramics are made from non-metal materials in which are permanently changed when heated to a very high temperature using a kiln. What is unfired clay? What is the definition of Greenware? What is the definition of Bisqueware?

What Is Earthenware?

Earthenware is formed of clay that is heated at low temperatures (between 1,000 and 1,150 degrees Celsius). The finished product is porous and gritty, and it is then glazed and heated again.

What is Stoneware?

Stoneware is made of clay that is vitrified, or fired at a high temperature (1,200°C) until it has the consistency of glass. Because stoneware is non-porous, any glaze added to it is only for aesthetic purposes.

What Is Porcelain?

Porcelain is a translucent white ceramic that is extremely durable. To manufacture it, finely powdered glass, granite, and feldspar materials are combined with water until the mixture is pliable. The finished objects are fired between 1,200°C and 1,450°C, then glaze-coated and fired again.

Why Is Ceramic Art Important?

Ceramics can be viewed as both an artistic expression and a practical product. Ceramic artifacts have always been manufactured for both artistic and utilitarian objectives. Ceramic art is one of the visual arts. Why is originality important in art? Would you rather have an original or a replica?

Ceramic Tile

Tiles, which can range from simple square tiles to sophisticated mosaics, are frequently used to create wall murals and floor coverings. Ceramic tiles are usually glazed.

Ceramic Figurines

Stone or clay were the first materials used in making figurines. Many figurines were manufactured of terracotta in ancient Greece.

Tableware

Tableware is sometimes limited to serving dishes or plates in Middle Eastern or Polynesian cuisine. Tableware of better quality is normally reserved for special occasions.

Terracotta

Terracotta is a term used to describe artifacts that are not created on a potter’s wheel, like statues and figurines.

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Striped Bird

Handmade Ceramic Wall Art of a Striped Bird from Mexico

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Maria Isabel Cruz

Grasping a leafy branch, a sweet bird with a rainbow of stripes decorates this ceramic wall art from Mexico. Maria Isabel Cruz creates the piece, crafted using the dry rope technique, in which a waxread more

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Celebrating 25 Years in the Ceramic Arts 

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Lead Designer Cynthia and Natalie in the middle of a large tree, custom designed for the Jewish Community Center in Texas

Over the past two decades, our small Vermont studio has collaborated with hundreds of interior designers, homeowners, and committees across the country to create custom designed, hand-carved works of art in clay.

Professionalism and artistic integrity are at the center of our creative work, and we strive to ensure that our commissioned artwork is delivered on-time, within budget, and imbued with love and care through every stage of the process.

Custom tile installations from Natalie Blake Studios can be found in children's hospitals, healthcare waiting rooms, public libraries, restaurants, boardrooms, college campuses, and places of worship.  

Our work has won over $, in public art grants awards in the past fifteen years, and we specialize in working with art commissions to bring the healing power of nature-inspired art to public spaces. 

Natalie on the wheel

Studio Founder and Owner,

Natalie Blake 

Natalie Blake began her professional career in after winning the prestigious Thomas J. Watson Fellowship in Ceramics. She traveled the world studying with indigenous artists from Indonesia to Nepal, and returned to create her unique line of carved vessels, urchin lids, and hand-sculpted tiles in Southern Vermont.  Her work quickly gained exposure through art shows like the Smithsonian Craft Show and the American Craft Exposition, and Natalie’s exploration of the ceramic arts has deepened over 25 years. 

Natalie continues to expand her inventive line of vessels, with new designs, styles, colors, and shapes coming out of the studio every few years.  With her Lead Studio Designer, Cynthia Parker-Houghton, she has continued to develop her line of sculptural wall art tile, with new motifs and textures joining the the studio portfolio in an exciting and evolving stream of creative output.

Lead Designer, Cynthia Parker-Houghten 

Cynthia joined NBS in while completing her MFA in Sculpture. Specializing in the sgraffito method of carving and the representation of botanical and animal forms, she brings both an artistic and technical approach to large, complex projects. Together with Natalie, this creative duo explores the potential of sculptural ceramic art, and they both delight in discovering new forms and possibilities.

Cynthia carving a Koi Disk
Natalie, Cynthia, Owen and April, planting a spring garden behind our studio on the West River. We eat fresh fruits and vegetables from our gardens all summer long!

Lead Glazer, Sara Meehan

Sara has been a part of the NBS studio for over 10 years, as a carving assistant and master glazer. Her ceramic skills encompass a wide range of technical and artistic work, and as the Lead Glazer, her understanding of color and form bring each carved piece to life with warmth and sensitivity.

Sara glazing an Urchin Llid

The Studio Team

We are a small team of enthusiastic artists and art lovers, dedicated to building strong relationships with each of our clients and customers. We believe in the healing power of art and manage each project with care and intention, from the first inquiry all the way to shipping and installation support.

Owen Coursin is our Operations Manager and Studio Assistant, making sure everything is adequately supplied, prepared, and ready to fly. He is a fine ceramic artist and sells his functional work through Coursin Clay and Fire Arts Gallery.

April Judd is our Studio Liaison and Production Czar. She’ll likely be the first person you speak with and will guide you through all the stages of design and production for your custom work of art. April is a sculptural ceramicist and painter, selling her bold and colorful work at apriljuddstudios.com

&#;I have found Ms. Blake and her staff to be unfailingly professional, clear communicators, attentive to the questions and concerns of our community, and understanding in the face of certain, inevitable delays. Many times I have thanked my lucky stars that not only is Ms. Blake’s artwork an excellent fit for our project, but so too are Ms. Blake and her colleagues.”&#;

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Our tiles may be unlike any you have seen before — they are not flat. They are sculptural, dimensional, bold and energetic, and no two are alike. Each tile is hand-crafted through the multiple stages of the production process, and every piece reflects the artistry of the hands that touch it.

Each custom project begins with conversations, photos, and sketches — the artwork being created should reflect the energy of the space, and we work with each client to ensure the alignment of both form and function.

Our tiles are hi-fired at degrees and are designed to last a lifetime. They are easy to clean and maintain, and can be installed three ways:

  • permanently installed with security hardware

  • hung with backing and hanging system

  • grouted in place

Ceramic art is an enduring medium that has been around for millennia — it’s an ancient, endlessly adaptable art form, a synthesis of earth, fire, and the hands of the artists.

Learn more about how our tiles are “sculpted from below” with gentle undulations and carved line by line.

 

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Open Studios and The Fire Arts Gallery 

Our studio is in the small Southern Vermont town of Brattleboro, four hours from New York and two from Boston.  Natalie's studio is part of Fire Arts Vermont, a collaboration between Natalie Blake and Randi Solin, owner of Solinglass. Together, they run Fire Arts Vermont, a gallery of fine ceramic and glass art, and an open studio experience. Visit their online Gallery at Fireartsvermont.com 

Come by for a visit next time you’re in Vermont, or plan a visit just to see us!   The gallery and studio tours are open 7 days, though we do recommend contacting our studio directly to make sure we’ll be in on the day you plan to visit.

Natalie Blake Studios at

Fire Arts Vermont

West River Road

Brattleboro, VT

[email protected]

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