Promotional flair in the clayarts

Promotional acumen and marketing savvy rarely goes astray when it comes to selling your art. Some artists prefer to maintain a low profile and let their art do the talking, others relish the opportunity to be extroverted and indulge the exposure and promotional opportunities that the trading provides.

 

 

Sao Paulo priestess of vivacity and art

 

Isabelle Tuchband with her large hand painted vase of roses

 

Isabelle Tuchband considers her art and ceramics to be a vehicle for love and joy. She expresses as much movement and colour as a carnivale samba parade and believes that music and dance are her prime sources of inspiration. Her Franco Brazilian background and  being the daughter of the French painter Emile Tuchband, along with being influenced by Chagall and Matisse is also apparent in her use of a lively palette of vivid colour and spontaneous brush strokes.

‘I love nature but what inspires me most are the people, the human being, this sensational divine machine … Each face is a map, which I discover and explore and the painting is born.’

 

 

Isabelle Tuchband  and her Geisha painting

 

 

Isabelle Tuchband painting of romantic couple

Isabelle Tuchband painting

 

 

Isabelle-Tuchband at book signing

Isabelle Tuchband at book signing

 

 

Isabelle Tuchband--Femmes au Paradis--64cm

Isabelle Tuchband–‘Femmes au Paradis’

 Height -64cm

 

 

hexagonal-ceramic vase-Isabella-Tuchband

Hexagonal ceramic vase – Isabella Tuchband

 

 

Isabelle Tuchband ceramic vase

Naked angel on gold background vase – – Isabella Tuchband

 

 

Isabella Tuchband vases in garden

Isabella Tuchband vases gracing the garden

 

 

Isabella Tuchband

 

 

Isabelle Tuchband golden vase

Isabelle Tuchband golden vase

 

 

Isabelle Tuchband--baluster hand painted vase

Isabelle Tuchband–baluster hand painted vase

 

 

Brazillian ladies vase – Isabelle Tuchband

 

 

Isabelle Tuchband asymetrical abstract vases

Isabelle Tuchband asymetrical abstract vases

 

 

Isabelle Tuchband-Ferrero Rocher egg

Isabelle Tuchband – Ferrero Rocher egg

 

 

Isabelle Tuchband with ceramic vases

Isabelle Tuchband with her ceramic vases

 

 

Isabelle Tuchband pink and blue baluster vase

Isabelle Tuchband

 

 

Purple orchids in palnter – Isabelle Tuchband

 

 

 

Isabelle Tuchband vases and yellow flora display

 

 

Isabelle Tuchband

 

 

Isabelle Tuchband flamenco dancing

 

 

‘Danseuse de flamenco’ – Isabelle Tuchband

 

 

Isabelle Tuchband and her acrylic art

 

 

Isabelle-Tuchband-home decor

Isabelle Tuchband vaso

 

 

Isabelle-Tuchband-vase with couple

Isabelle Tuchband vase

 

 

Notre Dame de la Lumière Isabelle Tuchand

‘Notre Dame de la Lumière’  —   Isabelle Tuchband

 

 

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Dress print design by Isabelle Tuchband

Photo by Keren Chernizon

 

 

Baluster vases by Isabelle-Tuchband

Two baluster vases by Isabelle Tuchband

 

 

large footed vase with roses

Large footed vase with roses

 

 

Large vaso-Isabelle-Tuchband

Large vaso  —  Isabelle Tuchband

 

 

vaso with naked ladies -isabelle-tuchband

Isabelle Tuchband home decor

 

 

Isabelle Tuchband vase

Isabelle Tuchband vase

 

 

Isabelle Tuchband vases

Isabelle Tuchband vases

 

 

Isabelle_Tuchband painting of a woman

Isabelle Tuchband

 

 

 

 

Keywest Pottery coastal cool

 

Key West Pottery is the island home of Key West’s premier gallery and studio for ceramic art and functional pottery situated at 1203 Duval St. in the heart of Oldtown Key West. Adam Russell and Kelly Lever conjur up a lazy, casual summer vibe with their neo tropical caribbean themes highlighting the native pelicans, roosters, fish and flamingos of their Florida locality.

“Our company has grown to include a small army of artisans, creatives, advisors, students and collaborators who are working together with us to produce an authentic expression of this modern, coastal life. Over the last decade, we have developed a brand of tropical modernism that is unique and diverse enough to fit into any home or collection.”

 

 of Keywest Pottery

Adam Russell and Kelly Lever of Key West Pottery

 

 

Key West Pottery

Neoclassic Modern Vase – Adam Russell

Key West Pottery

 

 

 

fish and pelican sculpture - Keywest Pottery

Fish and pelican sculpture – Keywest Pottery

 

 

Jade green pottery wares – Keywest Pottery

 

 

 

Keywest Pottery garden sculpture

Keywest Pottery garden sculpture

 

 

Pelican totem sculpture -- Key West Pottery

Penguin totem sculpture

 

 

Gold Rooster

 

 

Sgraffito fish ceramic sculpture

Sgraffito fish ceramic sculpture – Keywest Pottery

 

 

Adam Russell and Kelly Lever

 

 

Key West Pottery charger

Key West Pottery charger

 

 

Azure blue ‘Bird Vase’ — Key West Pottery

 

 

KeyWest Pottery fish sculpture

Key West Pottery fish sculpture

 

 

Key West Pottery ceramic Pelican

 

 

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Tiny Table Fish vase – Key West Pottery

ETSY

 

 

Key-West-Pottery vessel

Key West Pottery vessel

 

 

Twin handled vase

Twin handled turquoise ceramic vase

 

 

KEy West Pottery incised geometric vase

Key West Pottery incised geometric vase

 

 

Ceramic-Garden-Totems Key West Pottery

Ceramic Garden Totems

 

 

Key West Pottery gallery

 

 

Key West Pottery Black-vessel-with-grey-dots

Key West Pottery Black vessel with grey dots

 

 

Keywest-pottery-ceramic pelican

Elevated ceramic pelican

 

 

Adam Russell and Kelly Lever —  Key West Pottery

 

 

Adam Russell with Rooster mugs

 

 

 

 

Malwina Konopacka, Poland

 

Malwina has the composed demenour of a Vouge model which she contrasts with her playful colourful abstract designs, jungle themes and bold sizes and patterns.

 

 

Malwina_Konopacka large black vase

Malwina Konopacka

 

 

 

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Malwina Konopacka large floor vases

Malwina Konopacka large floor vases

 

 

Malwina Konopacka face planter

Malwina Konopacka face planter

 

 

 

Malwina Konopacka-vases

Malwina Konopacka vase collection

 

 

Malwina Konopacka, Poland

Malwina Konopacka, Poland

 

 

Malwina Konopacka cake plate

Malwina Konopacka cake/biscuit plate

 

 

Malwina Konopacka contemporary vases

Malwina Konopacka contemporary vases

 

 

Malwina Konopacka

 

Malwina Konopacka

Malwina Konopacka

 

 

Jungle Vase-Malwina Konopacka

Malwina Konopacka tall  ‘Jungle’ series vase

 

 

Malwina Konopacka ovoid vase

Malwina Konopacka constructivist vase

 

 

Plate and muscle man figure

Plate and muscle man figure  – Malwina Konopacka

 

 

 

Suzy Birstein, Vancouver, BC

As a child I studied dance while absorbing Hollywood musicals, film noire and the mysteries of Rembrandt. As an adult, I’ve been seduced by the sensuality, spontaneity and intellectual activity of working with Clay, Colour and the essence of Romance. She envisions archetypal icons that amalgamate old world majesty with contemporary charisma: think Queen Nefertiti meets Carmen Miranda or Ganesha meets Lady Gaga.

 

Suzy Bibrstein

 

 

“Tsipora with Pink Tutu” –Suzy Birstein

This commanding ceramic bust encapsulates the instrinsic flair of Suzy’s art and presentation.

 

African Queen ceramic sculpture Suzy Birstein

‘African Queen’  sculpture Suzy Birstein

 

 

Suzy Birstein ceramic bust

Suzy Birstein ceramic bust

 

 

Suzy-Birstein porcelain figure

Suzy Birstein

 

Suzy Birstein at gallery

Suzy Birstein at gallery with her art

 

 

Suzy Birstein-ceramic bust

Suzy Birstein – ceramic sculpture bust

 

 

Who are you really painting --Suzy Birstein

‘Who are you really’  — Suzy Birstein

 

 

Suzy Birstein-Sculpture Frida with Horned Twins

Suzy Birstein – Sculpture ‘Frida with Horned Twins’

 

 

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‘In Wonderland’  — Suzy Birstein

 

 

 

Vintage designs

 

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Vivka and Otto Heino

 

Vivka and Otto Heino ceramics

Vivka and Otto Heino

 

 

 

Karen Karnes

Karen Karnes

photo Ezra Shales

 

 

 

Karen Karnes-(1925–2016), ceramic seating and hearth

Milan Triennale, 1964 – photo Ezra Shales

 

 

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Karen Karnes – Ceramic Double Seat

Milan Triennale, 1964

 

 

 

Rhadia Nejjar. Mejmar du Rif

Rhadia Nejjar, Mejmar du Rif

 

 

Carlton Ball-pottery display

Carlton Ball

 

 

Carlton Ball tri vase

Carlton Ball tri-vase

 

 

 

Carlton Ball vintage ceramic bottle vase

 

 

 

 

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