Teapot squeleton

by Sofi van Saltbommel Belgium

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This piece is glazed ceramic
It was made from molding and modeling.
This teapot is an extension of a work of hybrid objects.
A series of different jugs of anthropomorphic nature.
This attitude can have a contemporary character, we must know that we find this in traditional and popular ceramics.
The game of everyday and banal objects taking on a sculptural character.
Know-how and tradition often remain.
Work continues in this direction and other pieces of the same type will exist.
All objects are unique and part of small series that evolve in the work.

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Born in 1973, sofi van Saltbommel studied sculpture and ceramics at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels and the Ixelles School of Arts, where she studied with Belgian ceramist Thérèse Lebrun. A multiple artist, she does not confine herself to ceramics in her work. It collects various materials and objects such as fake fur, textiles, porcelain figurines or plastic dolls to give life to hybrid forms from the marriage of earth and textiles.
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