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Heine de Waal - Kintsugi Ceramic Bowl | Still Life Art Painting
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Heine de Waal - "Kintsugi Ceramic Bowl"

"Kintsugi Ceramic Bowl"

Kintsugi Ceramic Bowl
Acrylic on Canvas, US$ 163

Kintsugi Ceramic Bowl

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Details

Acrylic on Canvas

W: 300mm x H: 300mm x D: 35mm
W: 12" x H: 12" x D: 1"

Approx. Weight: 0.46kg

This work is unframed

Price

US$ 163

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About "Kintsugi Ceramic Bowl"

Kintsugi (Golden Seam) is the Japanese art of mending broken pottery using a lacquer resin laced with gold. It also symbolises that we can heal from our broken moments in life and be an even more beautiful being without hiding the emotional scars.

Heine de Waal

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About Heine

Heine de Waal

Heine, a self-taught artist, discovered his latent talent at the age of 46 (2008) while he was "playing" with a minute canvas and some student-acrylic paints. Embracing this wonderful new gift, he promptly moved on to larger and more complexed work. Heine honed his technique and skills when he joined an amateur-artists group in Cape Town, tutored by a professional art teacher. This quickly culminated in the sale of his first painting at his very first group art-exhibition. Since then his work has been selling to overseas and local art collectors.

One additional medium Heine uses to express his creativity, is with the Japanese art of Bonsai. By sculpting these miniatures and at times very old trees, he focuses more on the art of form and perspective to create balance; rather than just concentrating on the horticultural aspect of the trees.

Heine is based in the Jewel of the Overberg, Greyton, where he lives with his partner and their 3 Maine Coon cats. He recently started presenting an art class in Greyton (on request of a few people). Here the group of amateur artists focus on developing drawing skills and acrylic painting techniques.

Price Range

US$ 52-1,307

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