5 Ceramic Objects Proves That Chains Are Trending
Chains are trending, it’s easy to say and, it’s even easier to prove. Talented artists such as Nicolette Johnson, Eny Lee Parker, and the very well-known Apparatus studio, prove that through ceramic objects and lighting design pieces.
Coming from the jewelry trends, the chunky chains are now into ceramic pieces. So we’ve cataloged some of them below for your enjoyment.
By Eny Lee Parker
Eny is one of the most promissory artists in the ceramic world, and of course one of our favorites. Hope you enjoyed those beautiful pieces.
By Apparatus Studio
Known for exploring the relationship of lighting, furniture, and objects in immersive environments, threading the historical and the cultural through a modern lens, Apparatus is one of the most famous New York-based design studios.
The link porcelain lighting pieces were created in collaboration with the ceramicist Alice Goldsmith and examine both the strength and vulnerability of the artist’s porcelain chain.
By Nicolette Johnson
On Paper, of Clay is an early body of work that looks at the notion of the talisman and an object’s ability to convey meaning and hold powerful significance to an individual.
By Blevins Ceramics
The pieces above were born from a collab between New Hat Projects and Belvins Ceramics. Inspired by New Hat’s architectural structural texture wallpaper, the Blevins Ceramics’ studio conceived the handmade ceramic vessel and chain loop necklaces.
By Shelley Marcus Sonnenberg
The New York artist Shelley Marcus Sonnenberg creates ceramic chain sculptures in a range of patinas, some iron-line, others beguilingly pale and soft looking.
What’s your opinion about those 10 Ceramic Objects? Do you think chains are trending? So let us know!
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