I like the sleek curves and smooth textures of the ceramics but I find the combination of more organic materials with it really interesting. inspired by Beverly Glee's work http://www.islingtonmill.com/d.php?r=beverleygee
The light delicate white ceramic intersected with equally delicate twigs but the textures and forms are very different. Large objects being decorated and intersected with spindly thin twigs is visually interesting and would be interesting to recreate in 3D and suspend in space. I also like the cutting up and recomposition of the objects in Crackpots work http://www.islingtonmill.com/d.php?r=crackpots
Maybe this would be a starting point and an opportunity to try some boolean cuts like the zeitguised film, cutting into the ceramic surface and revealing a rougher more organic wood texture would look really nice and would continue the wooden twig's influence into the larger objects.