Shattered porcelain

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The Photographs of Martin Klimas | Hi-Fructose Magazine Martin Klimas, High Speed Photography, Photographic Art, Create Image, Porcelain Figurines, Porcelain Dolls, Kung Fu, Ceramic Sculpture, Drawing Inspiration

The Photographs of Martin Klimas - Hi-Fructose Magazine

Photographing porcelain figures the moment they hit the ground, Martin Klimas injects a sense of motion and chaos into an otherwise stationary object. The artist has taken a similar approach to photographing a moment of impact with bullets zipping through vases. For the figures, Klimas says that “the porcelain statuette bursting into pieces isn't what really captures the attention; the fascination lies in the genesis of a dynamic figure that seems to stop/pause the time and make time visible…

Translated Vase (TVW 6), 2013 (detail), ceramic shards, epoxy, 24k gold leaf, 27 x 26 x 27 1/2 inches Patchwork, Gold Cracks Japanese Art, Separation Art, Shattered Porcelain, Cracked Porcelain, Kintsugi Art, Porcelain Design, Traditional Japanese Art, Colossal Art

Shattered Porcelain Fragments Fused With Gold by Artist Yeesookyung — Colossal

Korean artist Yeesookyung masterfully produces imperfect sculptures, bulbous yet elegant works composed from mismatched porcelain. The series, titled “Translated Vase,” was first inspired by the Korean artisan tradition of destroying porcelain works that are not deemed pristine, and she has continued to make the fused pieces since 2001. Intrigued by these tossed aside works and shards, Yee began saving fragmented tea cups and pots rejected by contemporary masters. Honoring the works’…

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