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Comfort

white ceramic sculpture
white ceramic sculpture
comfort – ceramic sculpture

I perfectly remember making this sculpture. I just heard that a colleague had lost her baby in a very tragic way. Being 8 months pregnant myself, I was quite shaken by this news.

Verder lezen Comfort

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‘Getrapt’ – Architect-Tour 2013

Ingekaderd from the series Getrapt - Clayandmore

As you could read in my last blog post,

I’m participating in ‘Architec-Tour 2013′: a Flemish art project about the relationship between clay and architecture.  Time to show my work!

Getrapt - white porcelain staircase - Clayandmore

The staircase as architectural element

I was inspired by the staircase as architectural element. Being as old as the hills, I was intrigued by the different roles it got throughout history: Verder lezen ‘Getrapt’ – Architect-Tour 2013

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Exhibition Architec-Tour IKA Mechelen 23/03

ArchitecTour 2013

When? Saturday 23/03 from 10 am to 4pm
Where? IKA Mechelen, Veemarkt 39, 2800 Mechelen

Clay and architecture have always been related. Sometimes as close friends, other times as mere acquaintances. Nevertheless they’ve always influenced and interacted with each other.

ArchitecTour 2013
ArchitecTour 2013

Verder lezen Exhibition Architec-Tour IKA Mechelen 23/03

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High tea time… and there are the cups!

Finally. I have been working for about a year now on designing and creating a decent, user-friendly but still pretty tea (or coffee) set: cups, milk pitcher and a sugar bowl. Even tough I like the random collection of cups I have in my kitchen -each piece has its history-, I thought it was time for a well-matched set.

Stoneware ceramic tea set clayandmore
Stoneware ceramic tea set ©Clayandmore

Verder lezen High tea time… and there are the cups!

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Bowls feeling blue

Bowls feeling blue

White ceramic breakfast bowls, finished with blue line decorations.
Don’t worry, they work just as fine as brunch, lunch, snack time or even dinner bowls.
Stoneware – glazed