Ceramics

Illustrated Ceramics Capture the Beautiful Spontaneity of Sketchbook Pages


tiger painting

Leah Goren is an illus­tra­tor known for her awe-inspir­ing sketch­book. That spon­ta­neous, painter­ly-style works on more than just paper, though. She’s trans­ferred her vis­i­ble, ener­getic brush strokes to hand-built illus­trat­ed ceram­ic plates and ves­sels. They too feel like some­thing out of her 2D illus­tra­tions, but with these, they’ve got an added prac­ti­cal pur­pose of dis­play­ing fresh cut flow­ers or store your favorite rings. Per­son­al­ly, I wish she’d make anoth­er one of the tiger dish­es.

Leah sells her one-of-a-kind ceram­ics in her online shop. But if ceram­ics aren’t your thing, Leah also has a Skill­share class called Illus­tra­tion & Inspi­ra­tion: Keep­ing a Sketch­book.

hand painted ceramics by Leah Goren

illustrated ceramic by Leah Goren

illustrated ceramic by Leah Goren

hand painted ceramic by Leah Goren

illustrated ceramics by Leah Goren

illustrated ceramics by Leah Goren

illustrated ceramics by Leah Goren

illustrated ceramics by Leah Goren

illustrated ceramics by Leah Goren

hand painted ceramics by Leah Goren

Ceramics by Leah Goren

Ceramics by Leah Goren

Ceramics by Leah Goren

Ceramics by Leah Goren

Hand painted ceramics by Leah Goren