Interweavings – Raku Vase No. 1

by Elena Yakimushkina Netherlands

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Decorative vase made in the bark weaving technique. Made of stoneware, fired in a raku kiln.
While working on this series, designer Elena Yakimushkina often thought about the amazing nature of objects woven from birch bark: a thin and flexible ribbon, being woven with other such ribbons, form a strong and reliable shape.

Imprinted with the artist’s logo.

This vase doesn’t hold water but can be used for dry flowers or as stationary holder.

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Born on the Baltic Coast, I've always drawn inspiration for my artwork from the serene beauty of northern nature. Ceramics, for me, is not just a craft; it's a lifelong passion and a medium for my creative expression. I am endlessly fascinated by the diverse forms, materials, and techniques that ceramics offer. One of the greatest joys of working with clay is the opportunity to experiment with firing techniques. I have a particular fondness for raku firing and wood firing, drawn to the hands-on nature of these methods and the element of serendipity they bring to the creative process. In each ceramic piece I create, I infuse a part of myself, establishing a profound connection between artist and art. Thank you for joining me on this artistic journey.
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