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    Gabi’s tactile ceramic bowls are wheel-thrown and hand decorated. She experiments with form, surface texture and glazing to create individual pieces that are best experienced in the viewer’s palms. Her inspiration comes from nature, primarily her love of the sea.

    After the pots are bone-dry, I fire them to 1060 C degree, so they remain porous enough to take up glazes thickly. I use earthenware brush-on glazes for these turquoise, blue and green pots, as I can layer them to create different hues of blue, add stripes, different effects and leave space for the gold rim, which is also an earthenware glaze and is applied at the same time as the main body glazes. I also use cobalt carbonate and copper carbonate oxides, applied on top of the glazes with a brush, to achieve more variation in surface decoration. The copper carbonate works as a flux for the cobalt – together they flow down the surface of the pots and create individual patterns. The “flow” in the decoration depends partly on the thickness of the base glaze and on the shape of the pot, therefore no two pieces are the same after firing.

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    Should you change your mind or are not satisfied with your purchase, please contact us within 7 working days of receiving your order to request a refund or exchange.
    more info HERE

Gabi’s tactile ceramic bowls are wheel-thrown and hand decorated. She experiments with form, surface texture and glazing to create individual pieces that are best experienced in the viewer’s palms. Her inspiration comes from nature, primarily her love of the sea.

After the pots are bone-dry, I fire them to 1060 C degree, so they remain porous enough to take up glazes thickly. I use earthenware brush-on glazes for these turquoise, blue and green pots, as I can layer them to create different hues of blue, add stripes, different effects and leave space for the gold rim, which is also an earthenware glaze and is applied at the same time as the main body glazes. I also use cobalt carbonate and copper carbonate oxides, applied on top of the glazes with a brush, to achieve more variation in surface decoration. The copper carbonate works as a flux for the cobalt – together they flow down the surface of the pots and create individual patterns. The “flow” in the decoration depends partly on the thickness of the base glaze and on the shape of the pot, therefore no two pieces are the same after firing.

Delivery information
International & UK orders are shipped using RoyalMail and UPS. Standard Delivery is £3.95 for Royal Mail 48hr Tracked (times will vary depending on the service selected and your location). UK 1-2 days | INTL 2 - 5 days Returns and Refunds
Should you change your mind or are not satisfied with your purchase, please contact us within 7 working days of receiving your order to request a refund or exchange.
more info HERE

Blue Yonder wheel thrown large earthenware bowl 04

by  Gabi Komar-Dixon
Wheel thrown textured turquoise glaze
Artwork 14 x 8cm- kg
Part of an Exhibition Heat
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Article code : GKD2204

Blue Yonder wheel thrown large earthenware bowl 04
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    Gabi’s tactile ceramic bowls are wheel-thrown and hand decorated. She experiments with form, surface texture and glazing to create individual pieces that are best experienced in the viewer’s palms. Her inspiration comes from nature, primarily her love of the sea.

    After the pots are bone-dry, I fire them to 1060 C degree, so they remain porous enough to take up glazes thickly. I use earthenware brush-on glazes for these turquoise, blue and green pots, as I can layer them to create different hues of blue, add stripes, different effects and leave space for the gold rim, which is also an earthenware glaze and is applied at the same time as the main body glazes. I also use cobalt carbonate and copper carbonate oxides, applied on top of the glazes with a brush, to achieve more variation in surface decoration. The copper carbonate works as a flux for the cobalt – together they flow down the surface of the pots and create individual patterns. The “flow” in the decoration depends partly on the thickness of the base glaze and on the shape of the pot, therefore no two pieces are the same after firing.

    Delivery information
    International & UK orders are shipped using RoyalMail and UPS. Standard Delivery is £3.95 for Royal Mail 48hr Tracked (times will vary depending on the service selected and your location). UK 1-2 days | INTL 2 - 5 days Returns and Refunds
    Should you change your mind or are not satisfied with your purchase, please contact us within 7 working days of receiving your order to request a refund or exchange.
    more info HERE

Gabi’s tactile ceramic bowls are wheel-thrown and hand decorated. She experiments with form, surface texture and glazing to create individual pieces that are best experienced in the viewer’s palms. Her inspiration comes from nature, primarily her love of the sea.

After the pots are bone-dry, I fire them to 1060 C degree, so they remain porous enough to take up glazes thickly. I use earthenware brush-on glazes for these turquoise, blue and green pots, as I can layer them to create different hues of blue, add stripes, different effects and leave space for the gold rim, which is also an earthenware glaze and is applied at the same time as the main body glazes. I also use cobalt carbonate and copper carbonate oxides, applied on top of the glazes with a brush, to achieve more variation in surface decoration. The copper carbonate works as a flux for the cobalt – together they flow down the surface of the pots and create individual patterns. The “flow” in the decoration depends partly on the thickness of the base glaze and on the shape of the pot, therefore no two pieces are the same after firing.

Delivery information
International & UK orders are shipped using RoyalMail and UPS. Standard Delivery is £3.95 for Royal Mail 48hr Tracked (times will vary depending on the service selected and your location). UK 1-2 days | INTL 2 - 5 days Returns and Refunds
Should you change your mind or are not satisfied with your purchase, please contact us within 7 working days of receiving your order to request a refund or exchange.
more info HERE
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