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Deconstructed Cup Destruction as an act of creation, ‘Deconstructed Cup’ removes and then rebuilds its purpose to reflect the temporality of a vessel. Ederle frequently works in architectural terms with his thrown pots, working at an elemental level to reveal “inner truths” and using uneven or broken shapes to develop consciously hidden or unexpected results. The works classical motif and simple interplay of white clay and terra sigellata recalls Greek white-ground pottery. http://hieronymusobjects.com/content/images/thumbs/0019388_deconstructed-cup_1.jpeg Ed Eberle


Deconstructed Cup

Destruction as an act of creation, ‘Deconstructed Cup’ removes and then rebuilds its purpose to reflect the temporality of a vessel. Ederle frequently works in architectural terms with his thrown pots, working at an elemental level to reveal “inner truths” and using uneven or broken shapes to develop consciously hidden or unexpected results. The works classical motif and simple interplay of white clay and terra sigellata recalls Greek white-ground pottery.
Artist: Ed Eberle

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Ceramic Sculpture 5.7500 inches 4.0000 inches 4.5000 inches