A work colleague recently introduced me to these gorgeous ceramic sculptures by Georgia- based artist Jaime Keiter. After nearly 10 years working as an editor and art director for publications like Lucky and Vogue in NYC, Jamie relocated to Atlanta. When a friend suggested they enroll in ceramics classes on a whim, the idea for these one of a kind ceramic pieces crystalized. While working at Lucky magazine, she became interested in the home and design worlds and these pieces are an extension of that passion. Inspired by the work of Josef Albers and Frank Stella, Jaime works with bold shapes and colors. She collages individually crafted tiles and finishes them with a range of glazes and textures, to create colorful little sculptures that really “pop” on the wall or arranged on shelves. Scroll down to see the collection, many of which are still available for purchase at jaimekeiter.com.
That millennial pink really zings with the pop of green.
There’s definitely a Memphis vibe going on in her work.
That pop of red is just perfect against that graphic black and white.
These hyper-saturated sculptures above are my favorites.