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Arne Ranslet Bronze Langhojskole Hvidovre  (Pharyah)

Arne Ranslet Bronze Langhojskole Hvidovre (Pharyah)

Tulla Blomberg Ranslet Noahs arc Bornholms Nature Center. (Pharyah)

Tulla Blomberg Ranslet Noahs arc Bornholms Nature Center. (Pharyah)

Arne and Tulla Ranslet Rösska Art industrial museum in Göteborg Sweden. (Pharyah)

Arne and Tulla Ranslet Rösska Art industrial museum in Göteborg Sweden. (Pharyah)

Tulla Blomberg Ranslet Ceramic wall decoration (Pharyah)

Tulla Blomberg Ranslet Ceramic wall decoration (Pharyah)

When Her Majesty Queen Margrethe the second of Denmark visited Bornholm ,Arne and Tulla Ranslet were between the invited guests on the royal  ship.   (Pharyah)

When Her Majesty Queen Margrethe the second of Denmark visited Bornholm ,Arne and Tulla Ranslet were between the invited guests on the royal ship.

Tulla Blomberg Ranslet working on the wall decoration "Million byen"

Tulla Blomberg Ranslet working on the wall decoration "Million byen"

Arne and Tulla Ranslet Wall decoration in Stoneware (Pharyah)

Arne and Tulla Ranslet Wall decoration in Stoneware (Pharyah)

Tulla og Arne Ranslet   Arne Made the dish and Tulla Decorated it . From the late 50ties  (Pharyah)

Tulla og Arne Ranslet Arne Made the dish and Tulla Decorated it . From the late (Pharyah)

Arne Ranslet The Golden Goose Winsen Germany (Pharyah)

Arne Ranslet The Golden Goose Winsen Germany (Pharyah)

Arne Ranslet broke with the European and Japanese tradition of making small beige or brown ceramic decorated with a small dapper brush painted sign. His often huge bowls and vases burned in 1400 degrees Celsius are both elegant and dominant in their expressionism and compared to the traditional ceramics have a very masculine and rustic expression.He did experiments and worked very playful with both humorous and grotesque shapes. He has always been very sure with shapes and harmony. (Pharyah)

Arne Ranslet broke with the European and Japanese tradition of making small beige or brown ceramic decorated with a small dapper brush painted sign. His often huge bowls and vases burned in 1400 degrees Celsius are both elegant and dominant in their expressionism and compared to the traditional ceramics have a very masculine and rustic expression.He did experiments and worked very playful with both humorous and grotesque shapes. He has always been very sure with shapes and harmony. (Pharyah)

Arne Ranslet Ceramic sculpture (Pharyah)

Arne Ranslet Ceramic sculpture (Pharyah)

Arne Ranslet (Pharyah)

Arne Ranslet (Pharyah)

Arne and Tulla Ranslet Exhibition in Hittfeldt  in North Germany (Pharyah)

Arne and Tulla Ranslet Exhibition in Hittfeldt in North Germany (Pharyah)

Tulla Blomberg Ranslet Ceramic Relief  The eye of Ymer

Tulla Blomberg Ranslet Ceramic Relief The eye of Ymer

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