Installation process. Ceramic wall sculpture - 'The Space In Between' by Michelle Maher. Shown here during installation at Sculpture in Context 2017 at The National Botanic Gardens in Dublin. It is inspired by the microscopic world of plant cells – in particular, vascular bundles in plant stems. Consisting of 106 pieces it was hand built in a cranked clay body and high fired in an electric kiln to 1260 C. www.ceramicforms.com
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Installation Day!

  Installation Day! So excited to be installing…
The Great Palm House. National-botanic-gardens-dublin.
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The Great Palm House

    The Great Palm House All going well, this…
Studio Process - Kiln, before and after. 'The Space In Between' by Michelle Maher is inspired by the microscopic world of plant cells – in particular, vascular bundles in plant stems. Consisting of 106 pieces it was hand built in a cranked clay body and high fired in an electric kiln to 1260 C. www.ceramicforms.com

Kiln, Before & After

  The Space In Between - The Kiln - Before &…
Ceramic sculpture - 'Synthesis' by Michelle Maher. Inspired by Fungi and Coral forms, it was sculpted in my own grogged paper clay body and high fired in an electric kiln to Cone 8. Seen here at the Ceramics Ireland exhibition at the Printworks, Dublin Castle. www.ceramicforms.com

Ceramics Ireland at Dublin Castle!

Ceramics Ireland at Printworks, Dublin Castle. Ceramics…
Studio shot summer 2017 at Ceramic Forms. Michelle Maher. www.ceramicforms.com

Glazing New Sculpture

  The Space In Between - Glazing continues... Getting…