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Outdoor ceramic sculpture - Puffballs: From the inside out by Michelle Maher. This sculpture is inspired by the internal structure of Puffball fungi and seascapes from the Burren in Co. Clare. They were hand sculpted and modelled in a grogged stoneware clay body with volcanic glaze detail. Fired in an electric kiln to 1260°C (Cone 8). www.ceramicforms.com
Outdoor ceramic sculpture - Puffballs: From the inside out by Michelle Maher. This sculpture is inspired by the internal structure of Puffball fungi and seascapes from the Burren in Co. Clare. They were hand sculpted and modelled in a grogged stoneware clay body with volcanic glaze detail. Fired in an electric kiln to 1260°C (Cone 8). www.ceramicforms.com
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Sculpture in Context 2016

           at The National Botanic Gardens, Dublin 8th…
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Sculpture at the Castle 2016

I am delighted to be exhibiting three more ceramic sculptures…
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Ceramics Ireland at Farmleigh

CERAMICS IRELAND The Cowshed Gallery, Farmleigh, Phoenix Park,…
Ceramic wall sculpture by Michelle Maher. This wall piece is inspired by coral and fungi forms; volcanic glaze surface with glass detail. Hand sculpted and modelled in a grogged stoneware clay body and fired in an electric kiln to 1260°C (Cone 8). www.ceramicforms.com.

The Open Window Gallery

I currently have a number of wall pieces on exhibit in the…
Porcelain flower by Deirdre Regan with copper glaze. #porcelain #ceramics #Dublin #CeramicClass #handmade #glaze #loveclay #ceramicstudio #ceramicforms

My Student's Pieces!

So proud of my student's work!  Teaching is an important part…
Figure modelled by Paula Cullen in crank clay body at Dublin based Tuesday morning pottery course. Decorating slip detail. Electric fired to 1260°C (Cone 8). www.ceramicforms.com

Weekend Course Dates

Intersted in a Weekend Ceramic Course in Dublin? New dates…
Ceramic wall sculpture Synergy by Michelle Maher. Piece is inspired by a shoreline in the Burren, Co. Clare, Ireland. The synergy of soft & hard, water & rock, stillness & rage, light & shade is the inspiration for the piece. Hand sculpted and modelled in a crank stoneware clay & electric fired to 1260°C. www.ceramicforms.com

Irish Ceramics - Scotland

  The Barony Centre - Craft Town Scotland 6th February to…