Ceramic Fruit Sculptures Barston

Ceramic Fruit Sculptures Barston

Ceramic Fruit Sculptures Barston
Ceramic art is a timeless and beautiful medium that is a much-loved choice for people all around the world. From the very beginning of human civilization, people have used ceramic to create sculptures, beautiful pottery ornaments and useful bowls, vases and plates. Modern ceramic art has come a long way from the early days of ceramic sculptures, but the roots are still tied into the very dawn of human art. One of the reasons why ceramic art has always been so popular is the longevity of good ceramic. Carefully looked after and treated with the respect it deserves, a well-made piece of ceramic art can last many lifetimes.
Penkridge Ceramics produce stunning ceramic fruit sculptures with a timeless, ageless elegance. Whether bought as a gift, a centrepiece for a dining table or lounge, or as a celebrated piece in a personal collection, these are the ceramic fruit sculptures Barston residents will love. If you are looking for a timeless piece of art for your home or to give as a gift, take a moment to read about the most amazing ceramic fruit sculptures Barston needs.
Penkridge Ceramics’ Handmade Ceramic Fruit Sculptures
Barston or elsewhere in the West Midlands, there is nowhere better for high quality ceramic art and pottery than the studio of Penkridge Ceramics in Walsall. Penkridge Ceramics have been producing stunning facsimile ceramic fruit sculptures for their world renowned ‘Still Life Studies in Clay’ collection since 1984, and these delicate ceramic fruit sculptures now feature in public and private collections all around the globe. Conceived and produced by MA Ceramics graduates Nicky Smart and Lorraine Taylor, the Still Life Studies in Clay collection has grown to include an array of beautiful ceramic fruit sculptures of various shapes and sizes. Each of these ceramic fruit sculptures Barston home décor specialists will want is hand made using a combination of ancient and modern techniques, so that each piece is a unique, one-off production. Once the ceramic base has been shaped by hand, layers of glaze are carefully built up to create a realistic texture and colour finish. The range of ceramic fruit sculptures Barston wants includes all sorts of interesting and exotic fruits, nuts and berries. New to the collection of ceramic fruit sculptures are the pineapple ceramic fruit sculptures and the baby pineapple ceramic fruit sculptures which look good enough to eat. As well as the pineapple ceramic fruit sculptures, the collection also includes cherries, horse chestnuts, apples, avocados, mushrooms, squash, pumpkins, aubergines, broad beans, chillies and garlic, as well as a veritable greengrocer’s store of other fruits and vegetables.
These ceramic fruit sculptures Barston needs are perfect for gifting to garden lovers, food afficionados and botanists, as well as anyone who appreciates high quality craftsmanship and time-honoured techniques. These ceramic fruit sculptures combine the fragility and delicate precision of ceramic art with the beauty of natural forms. For more information on the ceramic fruit sculptures Barston will love, get in touch with the studio today!