Jeanette Alsing, Truly Talented Ceramic Artist With Her Cute Ceramic sculptures

All credit goes to the artist.



Image credits: Jeanette Alsing

Here’s a trash panda before the firing.

 

Few of the finished works


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This zebra is her signature sculpture. The naked-raku is what gives the black and white patterns.

 


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The elephants are easily some of my favorites. The texture is made with lots of pointy tools in the wet clay, and lots of patience. After the first of two firings, the sculpture is painted with dark oxides, like ink that fills the cracks.

 


Image credits: Jeanette Alsing

Sit! Turquoise crackle glaze hippo. These hippos are probably her most popular sculptures.

 


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Scratching an itch. Elephantastic stuff!

 


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Polar bears are just lovely.

 


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This one differs a bit from the others, it is painted after it’s been fired. I’m so happy, cause I own this piece – and she custom made this one for me!

 


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Tapirs are truly some of the weirdest and cutest creatures on earth. Massively underappreciated!

 


Image credits: Jeanette Alsing

Here are some of her smallest things. Ceramic medallions or brooches, in all sorts of different animals. Order of the rhino, order of the duck. Animals have so many meanings to different people.

 


Image credits: Jeanette Alsing

Silky ant-eaters.

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