Sunday, June 26, 2011

Miasto Ceramiki

I dragged Brandon on a pottery shopping trip to Poland this weekend, and I secretly think he actually enjoyed it!  Not only is it always fun to visit a new place, but the pottery was beautiful and we were lucky enough to get a tour of one of the pottery factories and see how these gorgeous pieces are created. 

I seem to be oversharing a bit lately with posting so many photos, but I was so impressed with the whole pottery making process that I just had to share!

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Poland-16-1Getting ready to go into the kiln.

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The artists at work…

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Poland-63-1The finished product!

12 comments:

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Oh my -- this is beautiful. All of it. What great photos, Angela. Did you buy one of each? :)

Thanks for linking up to YSB today. I truly appreciate it! :)

Dimple said...

How beautiful this pottery is! Thanks for showing the process, I don't think you over-shared at all!

Jan said...

Thank you for sharing all these wonderful photos. The pottery is beautiful.

Barbara said...

That pottery is beautiful and I love your photos of how they are painting it. Thank you for sharing.

Andrea said...

beautiful shots, allowing us to enjoy your visit. that pretty ceramic

Jennifer said...

Interesting process, and great photos! I like your blog.

bailey-road.com said...

What beautiful pottery! Great shots of talented craftspeople at work!

Danelle said...

I don't think you're oversharing at all! You can never take too many photos, I say! These are gorgeous (so is the pottery).

.carrie. said...

Seeing the pottery being created would make it tough to leave without a major purchase. I want some! Gorgeous photos.

frautography said...

Color me jealous! My three favorite things - anything Polish, photography, and pottery. Lovely! I love these shots. The hand-decorating is very cool!

Erica said...

The first picture of the artists at work is great. I love how you captured the detail of the piece, as well as the concentration of the artist.

Amber Ellen said...

Great photos, I really love the ones of the artists at work. Nice captures!