Artist Nina Kellogg To Be Featured on With New Line Of Wedding Gifts: Ceramic Raku Wall Art

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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 25, 2012

Nina Kellogg, a renowned artist in Los Angeles, announced today the release of a new line of wedding gifts for the bride and groom to the love of art. The new line consists of wall art is made of ceramic tiles, shot using a process called Raku. Nina joined Kellogg’s wall art with a unique set of matching vessels, which are taken at low temperature. The artist draws his burning tiles and vessels of the hot oven and leave them in a container filled with combustible material to be cooled. This gives his art a benevolent one.


traditional customers are creative Hollywood as an actor, film producer and television directors and art collectors. Its new line of pottery wedding gift is now available to a wider audience.

The artist finds inspiration in his work on the other. As a consulting psychologist Kellogg spends his time finding the inner beauty of its customers and help them see it. Just when I listen to my clients, so I can hear the tone. She said.

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