so amazing, being published with my porcelain in schoener wohnen magazine !
this is how it began,my aunt asked and invited me regularly to her ceramic atelier,
unfortunaly i had no interest, until 2003 i visited the museum for east asian art in cologne,
they have this adorable collection of sung dynasty porcelains,
the porcelains in all the light to dark green shades,immediately i feel in love,
this was exactly what i wanted for my styling productions,
and asked my aunt, if i could start with porcelain instead of stoneware..so i did.
i had no idea of the material at all, and the disillusion reached me,
when it came to the glaze, i would need an gas kiln, and there was no way to realise it.
glazing is an art by itself, (christiane perrochon is my queen of glazes.
hers are so thin, like layers of coloured milk) unreachable.
so i tried out my way with dyed non glazed porcelain, i am a part time ceramist,
and most of what i create are unique pieces,
photo : dietlind wolf
my celadons with coloured porcelain non glazed.
they are all stamped with my initials the month and the year, and my sign of flow1( made for jewellery)