Long Acorn Stoneware Vessel

by Isabella Artale United States (US)

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This stoneware vessel was inspired by the rooftops seen from below my studio window. They catch my attention with their black tar surfaces interrupted by large stripes of white paint. I wanted to translate that into this vessel. Thrown with white stoneware, this piece shows random brushstrokes of black underglaze, with horizontal bands of unglazed stoneware. This would be good on a corner of a cradenza, highlighted with branches of budding quince.

This vessel is water tight. Can accommodate large budding branches best.

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Studiolo Artale is a small scale multidisciplinary studio run by Isa. After graduating from Pratt Institute's industrial design program, she sought out a variety of fabrication based jobs, acquiring skills in woodworking predominantly. Her interest in ceramics has been with her since she first worked with clay in high school. After setting up her first studio practice in 2016, she began exploring the nuance of clay as a medium to create both functional and sculptural works. She has since worked with designers and shops to create work that can occupy a space both in a utilitarian and artistic aspect. All work created stems from a desire to understand the potential of any medium, while drawing on inspiration from artists and designers here and gone. Her designs are hand made and intended to be unique additions to a space.
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