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idale

Member Since 04 Apr 2010
Offline Last Active Oct 15 2011 07:24 PM
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About Me

I have been in love with clay since i took part in archeological expeditions as a teenager. What do archeologists discover? Mostly ceramics. All the materials, all those bones and iron, turn into dust after centuries and millennia, only fired clay stays intact. It may break, but it is impervious to entropy... I remember my ecstasy as i washed disinterred beads in the river - and they sparkled and dazzled in the sun with shocking blue, deep purple and mellow yellow colours...Those archeological sites, once blessed with clay, still possessed it, and i discovered this wonder - clay - for myself, played with it and fired it right in the camp bonfires.
Since then, i have worked in many pottery studios, been involved in graphic design, graduated from the Bezalel Art Academy and for the last fifteen years have been working in my own studio.

However, my style has nothing to do with the ground or archeology. I would call it Quasi Victorian Eclectic. My overglaze techniques and multifiring allow me to compose collages of images, ornaments and reproductions on ceramic surfaces. The work is completed by drawing with lustres, mostly gold lustre.
You are welcome to visit my website
www.ida-quasiart.com


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    I love clay, porcelain, silk screening, collage, fantasmagoria, classical replicas, fine detailing (especially distinguishing between the thin and the thinnest), beauty (especially trees), animals (especially dogs), ....................et cetera

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