Fingers In Boom X 2 Candle Holder

by Bar Bergman Austria

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Ceramic candle holder, sculpted by hand (every finger was sculpted separately and then was formed into the desired shape). Two layers of fingers, inspired by the blooming process of flowers, made out of blue clay, unglazed – matte finish.

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bar.bergman studio, currently based in Vienna, originally opened in Tel-Aviv in the late summer of 2020. After a long artistic research and studies in various fields of arts and graphic design, I decided to revisit my earliest passion - sculpting with clay. I love everything to do with clay - with it's flexibility and it's willingness to be everything I want it to be. you can hardly say that about anything else in life. clay has always been my absolute favorite material to work with, and in my work I try to explore the thin line between everyday and useful objects and works of art.
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