Ceramic Oxide Vace
Ceramic Oxide Vace
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Oxides and Pewter Glaze on Stoneware
W: 260mm x H: 170mm x D: 80mm
W: 10" x H: 7" x D: 3"
Approx. Weight: 1kg
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About "Ceramic Oxide Vace"
Recently restarted my ceramic classes. Ceramics has always been a big passion of mine, so I happy to be able to pursue it again. Used a mould to get the shape in quickly and used clay slabs to build the vase up.
The inside has a very nice pewter glaze that has an almost bluish, metal tone and the outsides I only used oxides. The outside almost has a bone like texture that I really love.
It is practical and can be used as a flower vase.
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I am a fine artist, based in the Free State that specializes in classical realistic portrait drawings and paintings. I mostly work with mediums like oil, pencil, charcoal, and sometimes even with multimedia.
My work consists mostly of female subject matter as I love feminine and dainty details. My vision is to help people see the beauty in each woman (independent of race or culture). I believe that God made each of us unique, because he loves diversity and that we are all just flowers in God's Garden.
My goal is to become one of South Africa's top realistic portrait artist and I hope to improve my portraiture by learning as much as I can from old and contemporary portrait masters like John Singer Sargent and Daniel Gerhardz.
I do various portrait commission from baby portraits to wedding couples. You are welcome to contact me anytime for a free quote.
Top 3 Art Exhibition
2008 CED Group Exhibition with Pauline van Tonder, Doret Bonthuys & several other artists
2012 Bellringer Group Art Exhibition with Mariette Pretorius, Este Mostert, Janette Bellringer and others
2015 Free State Art in the Park with over 28 Artists, such as Simon Addy, Helena de Waal, Marelie van Rensburg and several others
B.A. Fine Art UFS
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