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  • Jakobovits Márta

    Back to nature [Mixt]

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  • Moldován Mária

    Time boat [stoneware with glazes]

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  • Moldován György

    Memory Drop [Raku]

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  • Muresan Gheorghe

    work title [stoneware with glazes]

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  • Kiss Melinda

    In the window [Raku]

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  • Vidra-Birtalan Éva

    Work title [Enamel art]

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  • Csiki Orsolya

    Boxes [porcelain]

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  • Bucur Mana

    Crab casket [Glazed clay]

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  • Florian Andrei

    Great Grail [mixed technique]

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  • Olteanu David

    Forms [Porcelan]

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  • Olteanu Mariana Cara

    installation [stoneware]

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  • Bajusz Katinka

    Metamorfozis [Glazed clay]

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  • Padureț Monika

    Fairy Tales [ Glazed Clay]

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  • Chirilâ Emilia

    Quo Vadis [Porcelain]

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  • Pelladi Oriana

    Terra incognita [Mixt]

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  • Sánta Csaba

    Stairs [Raku]

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  • Pop Eugenia

    Inner being [terracotta]

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  • Csorvási Szabó László Attila

    Human Recycle [Stoneware with porcelain]

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  • Crăciun Gheorghe

    Euro [Stoneware]

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  • Crăciun Judit

    Samples of some plastic concepts [Poured faience]

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  • Forró Ágnes

    Timetunels [Reku]

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  • Jakobovits Márta

    test [test]

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The formal language of my work reflects the influence of hand built ceramics from different periods and cultures, combine with shamanistic graphic elements from Siberia. My works are not objects to use. Landscape, art and nature, is the world that my ceramics refers to and are influenced by. The natural world is reflected on a micro and macro level. Landscape and nature gives direction and orientation to my work. I am trying to imbue my work with pebbles and rocks together. At present I am not concerned with color. The surface of crackle patterns and spotting are resulting from the chemical and physical changes to materials that occur during the rapid firing and cooling of the raku process, and the linear markings resulting from my application of layers of slip and glaze. The Raku firing is between 850C & 950C and is completed by a prolonged smoking and cooling process. Finally the pots are cleaned and where applicable sealed with a natural wax.
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Timetravel
2010
Details: Stoneware
Raku Masks
2008
Details: Stoneware, Raku
Timetunels
2010
Details: Stoneware, Raku