vanessa hogge

Dahlias, chrysanthemums, and hydrangeas, oh my! These lovely porcelain blooms are part of “Wallflowers”, a series by London based ceramicist Vanessa Hogge. The detail is gorgeous, and the reason …  “she takes an instinctive, visceral approach to each piece, painstakingly sculpting every petal and anther by hand so that no two flowers are identical.” Ahhh, hundreds of handmade petals! I wish I had that kind of patience, but, I do not. No, I choose to spend that kind of time staring at work like Vanessa’s. Happy first day of May!






comments (13)

  1. Caren /// 05.01.2017 /// 9:53am

    So intricate! Stunning!

  2. Maria Ho /// 05.01.2017 /// 10:04am

    Gorgeous! I love that she hasn’t added colour.

  3. Brenda cahoose /// 05.01.2017 /// 3:56pm

    Interested in purchasing

  4. the jealous curator /// 05.01.2017 /// 8:16pm

    just click on the “wallflowers” link in this post and it will lead to her site – there is pricing info there 🙂

  5. Ornate Ceramic Vessels Encased in Porcelain Flowers by Artist Vanessa Hogge – Vidovic Art /// 05.02.2017 /// 9:07am

    […] London-based artist Vanessa Hogge sculpts vessels and decorative wall objects called wallflowers covered in hundreds of delicate porcelain petals out of her studio in Cockpit Arts Holborn. The one-off pieces are inspired by daisies, chrysanthemums, dahlias, hydrangeas, and daphne and range from smaller pieces she assembles in a few hours to larger vases weeks in the making. You can watch a video of her process below and see more on Instagram. (via The Jealous Curator) […]

  6. Adele Bell /// 05.02.2017 /// 3:17pm

    Are any for sale?

  7. the jealous curator /// 05.02.2017 /// 7:38pm

    yes i believe so – just click through to her site : )

  8. Ornate Ceramic Vessels Encased in Porcelain Flowers by Artist Vanessa Hogge – Haberler /// 05.02.2017 /// 5:05pm

    […] London-based artist Vanessa Hogge sculpts vessels and decorative wall objects called wallflowers covered in hundreds of delicate porcelain petals out of her studio in Cockpit Arts Holborn. The one-off pieces are inspired by daisies, chrysanthemums, dahlias, hydrangeas, and daphne and range from smaller pieces she assembles in a few hours to larger vases weeks in the making. You can watch a video of her process below and see more on Instagram. (via The Jealous Curator) […]

  9. Ornate Ceramic Vessels Encased in Porcelain Flowers by Artist Vanessa Hogge – Gradiency News /// 05.02.2017 /// 11:10pm

    […] London-based artist Vanessa Hogge sculpts vessels and decorative wall objects called wallflowers covered in hundreds of delicate porcelain petals out of her studio in Cockpit Arts Holborn. The one-off pieces are inspired by daisies, chrysanthemums, dahlias, hydrangeas, and daphne and range from smaller pieces she assembles in a few hours to larger vases weeks in the making. You can watch a video of her process below and see more on Instagram. (via The Jealous Curator) […]

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  11. Ornate Ceramic Vessels Encased in Porcelain Flowers by Artist Vanessa Hogge – InternetPhotographyClasses.com /// 05.05.2017 /// 10:44am

    […] London-based artist Vanessa Hogge sculpts vessels and decorative wall objects called wallflowers covered in hundreds of delicate porcelain petals out of her studio in Cockpit Arts Holborn. The one-off pieces are inspired by daisies, chrysanthemums, dahlias, hydrangeas, and daphne and range from smaller pieces she assembles in a few hours to larger vases weeks in the making. You can watch a video of her process below and see more on Instagram. (via The Jealous Curator) […]

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    […] London-based artist Vanessa Hogge sculpts vessels and decorative wall objects called wallflowers covered in hundreds of delicate porcelain petals out of her studio in Cockpit Arts Holborn. The one-off pieces are inspired by daisies, chrysanthemums, dahlias, hydrangeas, and daphne and range from smaller pieces she assembles in a few hours to larger vases weeks in the making. You can watch a video of her process below and see more on Instagram. (via The Jealous Curator) […]

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