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Naturally accent ceramics: floral motifs in Sue Dunne's works

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Unusual and realistic ceramics with floral motifs come into being through the efforts of the talented English woman Sue Dunne. Working in the reverse casting technique, a woman uses seasonal herbs, flowers, and berries, created by mother nature. Looking at her work, you can accurately determine at what time of year they were created. Spring primroses are replaced here with greens of ferns and herbs, closer to the autumn berries appear, and then fruits. In winter, needles and even feathering of birds are used.

Small panels, vases, ceramic coasters and tea pairs, cake cases - this is not the whole list of products decorated with plants. Volumetric images are realistic, they contain the smallest details. Talent Sue Dunne did not go unnoticed, and just mother nature took care of it.

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Close up shepherd's purse dish

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Rosehips

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Lid of cowslip pot

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Cowslips lidded pot

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Acorn dish

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