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Chefchaouen by the wonderful @bestezeybel on a trip extension we organized for her and the lovely @berilgoral after our April @magicbusmorocco trip! 👋🏽
Such a beautiful experience getting to travel with such creative, passionate and enriching individuals from around the 🌎 Missing all our wonderful #magicbusbabes near and far!
Opening this Thursday: Significant Form @thrown_contemporary , a group show ‘Inspired by Clive Bell’s theory of significant form the gallery has sought out embodiments of his theory in which all objects that evoke aesthetic emotion in us share one quality, significant form - defined as significant relationships between lines, shapes, colours and other sensory properties.’ Opening this Thursday 27th of Hube, 6.30-9pm.
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The show will continue till 17th of August.
Tendremos a inicios de Julio 2 grupos nuevos y cupos en algunos de nuestros horarios: ⏲Martes 5:30-7:30pm (2 cupos)
⏲Jueves 2-4pm (2 cupos)
⏲Jueves 5-7pm (2 cupos)
⏲Sábados 10-12md (3 cupos)
bugün İlk defa Menemen çamuru denedim, acaip yumuşak bir çamur, çekimi kolay ama mukavamet 🤪 çok çabuk inceldi, elime yüzüne bulaştırdım🤣kutusunda heykel duvar çamuru yazıyo😁 (menemen clay, easy to wheel but endurency is very week, it is for sculpture and murral, it says on the box😂, I think messed up😁) #seramiktornası#çamurtorna#wheelthrown#clay#pottery
My @pewabic tile is one of my favorite gifts I have ever received!! If you live in the Detroit area and love old homes, you have more likely than not heard of or seen the Pewabic Pottery used in old bathrooms, home fountains, floors, fireplaces, etc. They are special handcrafted tiles still being made today in both historical and new designs 💝
This design is Pewabic's full fanned peacock tile and dates back to 1909. It is the ONLY piece known to be signed by the founder, Mary Stratton 🙀 It is believed this tile was created to commemorate Charles Freer buying the Peacock Room, where the Pewabic pieces in his collection are the only non-Asian.
Today’s rainbow #PRIDE color is Blue 💙 The tradition of Korean pottery stretches back to prehistory when simple brown wares were made and decorated with geometrical incisions. Drawing on the ideas and techniques of their Chinese neighbors, Korean potters would go on to produce their own highly sought-after works. Korean pottery decoration typically employs plants, flowers, and wildlife, and reflects the country's religious heritage with Buddhist motifs and minimalist Confucian designs.
Come view this work of art at the museum’s Bellarmine Hall Galleries from 11 am – 4 pm today!
Image: Unknown Korean, Bowl with a Design Depicting a Double-Geese Medallion, Flying Cranes, and Clouds, 12th century, porcelain with celadon glaze. On loan from Art Properties, Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University, Sackler Collections, L2017.33.06