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Large Raku Fired Vessel Famed for his development of American Raku, a style in which the ware is fired surrounded by combustible material so as to smoke it — Soldner created his vessels and earthenware with the position that each is a point in an evolving and multi-faceted practice of expression, and that Raku could be grown (as it now has) from its point of origin to facilitate it. This large vessel shows just how freely expressive those pieces could be, the sculptor submitting fully to the clay’s form, function and limits to allow a pot that seems to fold in upon itself — the character of the hand-built walls and subtle coloration or auto-destruction all derived fully from the process of its creation. Large hand-built raku-fired vessel, USA; Signed and numbered 82-86-5301; 16" x 14" x 11" One flat chip to rim, appears to be in making of http://hieronymusobjects.com/content/images/thumbs/0017910_large-raku-fired-vessel_1.jpeg Paul Soldner


Large Raku Fired Vessel

Famed for his development of American Raku, a style in which the ware is fired surrounded by combustible material so as to smoke it — Soldner created his vessels and earthenware with the position that each is a point in an evolving and multi-faceted practice of expression, and that Raku could be grown (as it now has) from its point of origin to facilitate it. This large vessel shows just how freely expressive those pieces could be, the sculptor submitting fully to the clay’s form, function and limits to allow a pot that seems to fold in upon itself — the character of the hand-built walls and subtle coloration or auto-destruction all derived fully from the process of its creation. Large hand-built raku-fired vessel, USA; Signed and numbered 82-86-5301; 16" x 14" x 11" One flat chip to rim, appears to be in making of
Artist: Paul Soldner

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Ceramic Sculpture 16.0000 inches 14.0000 inches 11.0000 inches