“Ceropégia,” 2017. 16x21x14 cm. Limoges porcelain, enamel and biscuit, overglaze green hand painted.

Previously working with the female figure in her sculptural pieces mentioned here and here, Juliette Clovis’ newest series of porcelain sculptures is centered around the form of an egg. Each was crafted by Clovis in La Manufacture La Seynie, the oldest Limoges porcelain manufacturer in France. Some of her eggs, which are decorated in a similar fashion to many of her earlier pieces with spikes, floral clusters, and hand-painted markings, are currently on view at Galerie Mondapart in France through May 4, 2017. You can see more images of Clovis’ porcelain forms on her Instagram and website. (via Fubiz)

“Habu Kiku,” 2017. 21x20x20 cm. Limoges porcelain, enamel, overglaze red and gold luster hand painted.

“Anser Cygnoides,” 2017. Limoges porcelain, enamel and biscuit,Overglaze blue cobalt hand painted.

“Aquila Chrysaetos,” 2017. 21x15x13 cm. Limoges porcelain, Enamel and biscuit, overglaze black hand painted.

“Mamba,” 2017. 20x16x16 cm. Limoges porcelain, enamel, overglaze black hand painted.

“Grus Japonensis,” 2017. 21x17x17 cm. Limoges porcelain, enamel and biscuit, overglaze black hand painted.

“White splendeur,” 2017. 13x11x11 cm. Limoges porcelain, enamel and biscuit.

Studio view

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