Jaroslav HRUSTALENKO - Ceramic Art

Selected Works

 
Textured earthenware

In most books on pottery you’ll read something like: ‘there are as many types of clay as there are locations where it can be found’.

This must be true as I have only spotted two places in the world so far where the clay requires as little as just 550°C to 600°C to burn. These are: Zlakusa in Serbia and Maragua in Kenya.

Both the mining site view and the clay texture itself are wonderful sources of inspiration!

  Symmetrical Form I, 2010
Textured earthenware, 10.5x17x15.3 cm
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