A ceramic bowl blown out of bounds. Crossing the border that separates art from design it has a sense of freedom. Not feeling the need to be too practical I tried to explore the limit of how thin this type of fine clay could be shaped without breaking off or cracking in the drying and firing process. The shape formed naturally and is correlated to the thickness.
Ceramics created at the Enzo foundation De Kade, Westzijde 180-B, Zaandam, Netherlands.
apricot aquarelle big blue bowl brown colorful cup cups cyan cylindrical dish dots drawing egg Flowerpot fruit green grey holes honey-brown landscape leaf legs mountain orange oxide pattern pink Planter plate platter potter potter's wheel red set small stoneware teapot tree vase white windmills yellow Zaans