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Amorphous ceramic vessels by Julie Bergeron

Inspired by the biological illustrations of Ernst Haeckel, Paris-based artist Julie Bergeron explores textures and organic forms to shape intriguing sculptural ceramic vessels.

When I start my pieces, I don’t have a specific idea. Gradually the sculpture takes shape, and I let myself be guided by its curves and its irregularities. The name of the piece comes to me when it is finished depending on what it evokes to me or the emotion felt. Often the sculptures seem alive to me.

 Julie Bergeron

More info: Website, Instagram (h/t: Colossal).

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