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Title: Blue and White Flower
Artist: Zemer Peled
Reflecting the co-existence of chaos and beauty in nature, Zemer Peled’s form remarks on a sense of place and movement that feels simultaneously delicate and violent. Each shard is made by rolling out large sheets of clay which are glazed, fired — then smashed with a hammer to create fragments holding a vestige of material fragility and edged with a new razor-sharp sense of that point of destruction, and the hint of further menace that the barbs of a land or sea creature might imply. Construction of porcelain shards
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Artist: Zemer Peled
Reflecting the co-existence of chaos and beauty in nature, Zemer Peled’s form remarks on a sense of place and movement that feels simultaneously delicate and violent. Each shard is made by rolling out large sheets of clay which are glazed, fired — then smashed with a hammer to create fragments holding a vestige of material fragility and edged with a new razor-sharp sense of that point of destruction, and the hint of further menace that the barbs of a land or sea creature might imply.
Title: White and Blue Flower
Artist: Zemer Peled
Reflecting the co-existence of chaos and beauty in nature, Zemer Peled’s form remarks on a sense of place and movement that feels simultaneously delicate and violent. Each shard is made by rolling out large sheets of clay which are glazed, fired — then smashed with a hammer to create fragments holding a vestige of material fragility and edged with a new razor-sharp sense of that point of destruction, and the hint of further menace that the barbs of a land or sea creature might imply. Construction of porcelain shards