Porcelain is one of the earliest artwork known to man distinguished for its delicate texture, pleasing colors, beauty and durability. While the use of Porcelain as an artwork is nothing new, there is one artist who uses it to create sculptures in a unique manner. Zemer Peled uses thousand of porcelain shards  and constructs them into amazing pieces of sculptures and installations.Despite their simple forms and mundane origins, these carefully crafted sculptures, depicts beauty and brutality of the natural world in a beautiful yet vulnerable way.

Shards Flower Collection

Blooms created by combining thousands of Porcelain Shards Into Blooms
Blooms created by combining thousands of Porcelain Shards Into Blooms
Blooms created by combining thousands of Porcelain Shards Into Blooms

Everything Auspicious

Blooms created by combining thousands of Porcelain Shards Into Blooms
Blooms created by combining thousands of Porcelain Shards Into Blooms
Blooms created by combining thousands of Porcelain Shards Into Blooms
Blooms created by combining thousands of Porcelain Shards Into Blooms

Single Bloom

Blooms created by combining thousands of Porcelain Shards Into Blooms
Blooms created by combining thousands of Porcelain Shards Into Blooms
Blooms created by combining thousands of Porcelain Shards Into Blooms

Three Hoo Intertwined

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Blooms created by combining thousands of Porcelain Shards Into Blooms

Sky Island

Blooms created by combining thousands of Porcelain Shards Into Blooms
Blooms created by combining thousands of Porcelain Shards Into Blooms

Single Central Bloom

Blooms created by combining thousands of Porcelain Shards Into Blooms
Blooms created by combining thousands of Porcelain Shards Into Blooms
Blooms created by combining thousands of Porcelain Shards Into Blooms

 

About Zemer Peled

Zemer Peled is an artist from Israel whose sculptural language is formed by her surrounding landscapes and nature, engaging with themes of nature and memories, identity and place. She has an  MA (Hons) from the Royal College of Art as well as B.F.A (Honor) at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem, Israel. You can check out some of her other work using the links below:

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