françoise joris

She had me at ‘porcelain pineapple’. French ceramicist Françoise Joris makes delicate, fantastical objects that are clearly inspired by nature… and fruit (of her imagination AND pineapples) :

“My approach is free and detached from contingencies; It is the fruit of my imagination. 

The completion of a piece gives birth to the design of the next creating a network of invisible but strong links, which continuously fuels my artistic approach and guides my explorations.

So much remains to be said and done with porcelain, a primary and yet so noble material.”


comments (9)

  1. Beth McBride /// 08.09.2017 /// 6:33am

    These are some of the most delicate and beautiful objects that I have ever seen. Those shapes are so thin and paper-like! Cats and children star far, far, far away! In Love. Thank you.

  2. Axl /// 08.09.2017 /// 8:11am

    I recommend watching this video of her craft:

  3. the jealous curator /// 08.09.2017 /// 8:42am

    great! thank you : )

  4. Amanda /// 08.09.2017 /// 2:28pm

    These are incredible! Such lovely work. I also enjoyed the process video.

  5. Francoise /// 08.10.2017 /// 1:42am

    I am really happy of your comments.
    Thank you to all of you.
    You can visit my web site to see other pictures:

  6. Cynthia Robinette /// 08.12.2017 /// 1:30am


  7. Sabine S. from Germany /// 08.12.2017 /// 11:13am

    Sooo amazing!
    many ♡ ly greetings sent by
    Sabine from WO(rms) in Germany

  8. Gordan P. Junior /// 08.22.2017 /// 12:52pm

    This is really amazing, object looks really gentle and delicate with makes them even more beautiful.

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  9. Evanjo /// 08.23.2017 /// 2:49am

    Fawn Rogers is a fantastic LA-based artist. Her first solo exhibition in LA will be at The Lodge, a really neat gallery. If you can catch it, the exhibition opening is on September 9, 6-9 p.m. It will definitely be worth it. Here are some examples of Fawn’s amazing work.