In progress cup.
White slip on thrown earthenware
My new studio space at the school. This is pretty much going to be my home for the next 2 semesters
Danish-born Maria Rubinke’s (1985) small porcelain figures are reminiscent of the illogical compositions of surrealism, transforming the character of what are traditionally charming and passive objects into expressions of more taboo feelings that oscillate between desire and sadism.
Plate #5 out of this year’s round of wood fired ware.
Wood fired stoneware, flashing slip, underglaze/underglaze pencil, celadon glaze