Ceramics - Obvara, Raku and traditional firing
To give oneself freely and joyfully to the work of shape, one must intimately know its substance. That is when the artwork comes to life and breathes. This feeling is beyond words.
Some work will never breathe. There is no need to insist, you have to know when to recover the clay and start over. As long as it is not cooked, this fascinating material can be indefinitely restored to its original state.
I started as a potter at a very young age. Then went on as a visual artist. I have carried out many projects as a painter and sculptor, some of them grandiose like directing the construction of architectural trompe l’oeil murals.
My career in visual arts, especially the years during which I was modelling clay to make bronzes, has led me to where I am now. Creating a thrown piece with applied shaped parts has somewhat become my signature. Even if it is a delicate process, especially with porcelain, it is a challenge that I enjoy every step of the way.
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