Inger Prins

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carving waves

carving waves

Kirsten Holm - Læsø Kunstfestival

Kirsten Holm - Læsø Kunstfestival

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evabrandt.dk :: Modellerede arbejder

La galerie photos - Poterie Céramique Florence Racine Lot 46170 Castelnau Montratier

La galerie photos - Poterie Céramique Florence Racine Lot 46170 Castelnau Montratier

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Bay ,,Paris” Designer: Bodo Mans in the 1950s Midcentury design WGP ceramics.

Bay ,,Paris” Designer: Bodo Mans in the 1950s Midcentury design WGP ceramics.

The design on this ultra large and unique platter depicts the estuary and creek at Hat Head Mountain on the mid north coast of NSW. The tide and sand have created three distinct pools. This country’s traditional owners are the Ngaku people. 38cm x 34cm x 7cm

The design on this ultra large and unique platter depicts the estuary and creek at Hat Head Mountain on the mid north coast of NSW. The tide and sand have created three distinct pools. This country’s traditional owners are the Ngaku people. 38cm x 34cm x 7cm

Jeg er helt forgabt i vævehækling. Kan næsten ikke stoppe igen. Nu har jeg lagt opskriften på min webshop , og mandag den 1. Februar 20...

Jeg er helt forgabt i vævehækling. Kan næsten ikke stoppe igen. Nu har jeg lagt opskriften på min webshop , og mandag den 1. Februar 20...

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bedrock platters.jpg

Creative pinch-pot forms

Creative pinch-pot forms

It's been well over a year since I traveled to Japan, but the influence of Japanese ceramics with their beautiful soft glaze surfaces and pared back decoration has stayed with me! Last year was just too hectic to explore this new body of work, so I put it on the back burner until now. After lots of testing (and the invevitable failures) I think I've managed to achieve the right balance between Japanese refinement and the bold earthiness that is inherent in my hand built work. I hope you…

It's been well over a year since I traveled to Japan, but the influence of Japanese ceramics with their beautiful soft glaze surfaces and pared back decoration has stayed with me! Last year was just too hectic to explore this new body of work, so I put it on the back burner until now. After lots of testing (and the invevitable failures) I think I've managed to achieve the right balance between Japanese refinement and the bold earthiness that is inherent in my hand built work. I hope you…