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€63
Unique piece modeled in sandstone in my workshop near Paris. You can put water in it as well as beautiful wild flowers!
  • Material : Sandstone
  • Color : White / black / rosé
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Vase Montagne 1-225

Camille Tréhout

€63

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Unique piece modeled in sandstone in my workshop near Paris. You can put water in it as well as beautiful wild flowers!

  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Dimensions : L9cmxl8cmxH9cm
  • Suitable for outside use : Yes
  • Type precision : Vase

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Stoneware baked at high temperature. Enamels made from natural materials taken from nature. Waterproof.

Vibrations, shadows, contrasts, expanses of rocks, dust, water, snow or ice. Curves, duvets, ridges, points, fragments, iridescence, depths, transparencies ... The poetics of landscapes and their perception haunt me. My pieces oscillate in an in-between: exist, as a unique piece and suggest an elsewhere, arouse reverie by being an object in its own right, or be in the service of daily or temporary use. I work with porcelain and stoneware fired sometimes at 1270 ° and sometimes at 1020 °. The minerals gleaned from the sandstone walks or brought by relatives are an integral part of my enamels. My approach is attentive to the environment: I use natural raw materials containing the fewest metal oxides that are dangerous for our earth.

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Vibrations, shadows, contrasts, expanses of rocks, dust, water, snow or ice. Curves, duvets, ridges, points, fragments, iridescence, depths, transparencies ... The poetics of landscapes, their interpretation and the memory load they convey haunt me. The human interpretation of a landscape, the floating of a reverie towards a Beyond through a symbolic world object carries my ceramics. The pieces oscillate in an in-between: exist as a unique piece and suggest an elsewhere by being an object in its own right, or be at the service of daily or temporary use. It is in this in-between that I conceive the forms. They simply inspire me without revealing their function and one day they 'make themselves' useful ... I work with porcelain, stoneware and earthenware for their raw colors and the surfaces they return after shaping and firing. The enamel then completes the chromatic range according to the projects.