Jessica Drenk | Porcelain SkinsPORCELAIN SKINS This process involves dipping groups of cotton material into liquid porcelain, letting the liquidized clay penetrate the surface of the cotton balls, Q-tips, or napkins, and then firing these materials and clay together in a kiln. During firing, the cotton ignites and burns away, leaving only the porcelain as a husk of the original material that shaped it: a skin.
Sandra Davolio uses the vessel and the vase as her starting point in an almost futuristic remake of the classic theme. The familiar vessel-shape is recognized as an inner volume, onto which a series of closely placed lamellas are juxtaposed to constitute the exterior form. Glazes are matt and colours mostly dark and heavy - with a vivid yellow glaze to counterbalance the matching scheme. Porcelain
"Some webstore updating, including these. Look at this pure beauty. Anna Varendorff Brass Vase series - especially for Mr Kitly, such a treat. Limited edition original artworks. We will also be having these in a display in the shop shortly, part of a small Mr Kitly x makers ode to ikebana. #odetoikebana @varendorff " Photo taken by @mrkitly on Instagram, pinned via the InstaPin iOS App! http://www.instapinapp.com (12/13/2015)