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 MY WORK

Potpourri 

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01

Cast porcelain

The pure porcelain of the outer and inner layers gives the pieces a special luminosity, which is underlined by the selected color combination and original shapes.

02

Thrown porcelain

The black and white porcelain is thrown on the wheel and conveys images of nature that let the imagination run wild (neriage technique).

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03

Luminous and noble

Thin paper-rice-porcelain tea lights that are as thin as eggshells and through which warm light shines.

04

The Raku Fire

With its origins in Japan in the 16th century, thrown and freely moulded works are fired in a gas furnace, taken out of the furnace red hot and fired with sawdust. Glaze cracks and unique traces of smoke and soot appear.

Due to the variety of techniques, playing with fire is always a surprise.

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Stoneware sculptures

Basic forms are created by building up with bead and plate technology from self-mixed clay powder and fireclay of different grain sizes. The structure is altered by holes and material breakage during a slow drying process. Coffee beans, grains, wood, metal, glass, oxides now create rough or smooth surfaces that create contrasts. With  engobes and oxides processed and then waxed.

06

Individual presents

Small gifts that bring joy and are useful

  • wax eater

  • flower stones

  • flowers traffic lights

  • candle lights

  • soap dishes

  • teapots, cups and so on

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