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€85
Contemporary line of vases of different heights. We will appreciate their narrow opening which allows stylized bouquets and the stability of the ...
  • Material : Dark red sandstone
  • Color : White and blue email on dark red earth
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Vase Bleu Minéral VBM03

Atelier ONA MAATI - Sylvie Barbara

€85

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Contemporary line of vases of different heights. We will appreciate their narrow opening which allows stylized bouquets and the stability of the base. In Ikebana these vases are interesting for the Nageire style.

  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Dimensions : H = 30cm Base = 11.5cm opening = 6cm
  • Suitable for outside use : No
  • Type precision : Vase

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Red sandstone glazed with white and blue.

Vase made in a lathe, fired in an electric oven.

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Atelier ONA MAATI - Sylvie Barbara

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I express myself with sandstones whose diversity of colors and textures I explore. Searching for shapes, enamels, materials, decorations, I have to move forward with all this so much I wouldn't want to exclude anything from the diversity of approaches. Whether the pieces are utilitarian or serve a purely artistic purpose, I am aware that the same aesthetic and sensitive thread links all these fields of expression. Each feeds the others and it is not uncommon for me to exhibit them at the same time, in order to put them in perspective. The culinary pieces are inspired by the art of living in Japan, unique pieces, or small series in which each object has its own identity. The vases, unique pieces, are often treated like sculptures. At the same time, I develop artistic projects, in the form of earthenware installations, sometimes in collaboration, which allow me to explore more intimate themes.