Ceramic Loveliness from The Pursuits of Happiness

I totally resonate with April Brimer. After working digitally as a commercial photographer for years, she was craving something more analog.

In 2013, April caved and dove head-first into the world and possibilities of ceramics. Her darling line of ceramic housewares, jewelry and objects, The Pursuits of Happiness, are beautifully sculptural, and plenty whimsical. I

have my own set of plates and a ceramic necklace, and I love her work so much that this week you can enter to win $100 to spend at her online shop on whatever ceramic goody your heart desires! To enter, follow April’s Instagram and my Instagram, and like and comment on this photo, and to increase your chances, complete the contest widget at the bottom of this post (contest now closed).

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19 comments
  1. I think lately, I’m just loving the non-uniformity of handmade objects. They’re such treasures, and I’m so glad she had the courage to do something she is so passionate about and obviously talented at! I wish more people would have these realizations.

  2. I love ceramics and patterns, every time I walk into Anthro or somewhere equally filled with handcrafted dishwater I always drool a little, wondering how people even get started making collections of beautiful dishes. The creative pull is what had me start my own business, and it is just now shifting in the product direction, slow in coming but on its way. Both of you are incredibly inspiring in this regard. Always love your feed and can’t wait to see what’s up next!

  3. beautiful and unique, pieces that would last the design distance…I would love to add these to my Scandinavian / Monochrome growing home.

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