Jolanda Verdegaal
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Teapot 'Fingerprints'

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Teapot 'Fingerprints'

Porcelain teapot with enlarged fingerprint in relief. Platinum lustre on lid. Fired to cone 8.
Apr 27, 2012
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Big amphora: 'Blue Ocean II'

Big sphere, pearced 'barnacles' on neck, 'ammonite' handles,platinum lustre inside. Stony matt glaze. Fired to cone 6.
Apr 27, 2012
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3 pots 'Turkish delight'

Lidded pots. Pierced lids. Bronze glaze. White glossy glaze inside. Fired to cone 6.
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The Netherlands, Europe
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I am largely inspired by structures in nature; layers in rock formations, crevices in dried riverbeds, knotty tree bark. These structures are translated in clay and used for the pots that originate from the wheel.
My technique is based on the fact that clay shrinks while drying.
By processing clay dry in wet layers small tearing or deep cracks arise.
The work is frequently finished with a very matt ‘sandy’ glaze in earthly colours and fired at cone 6.
Sometimes pieces of drifting wood are added or the weathered pots get a contrast with gold lustre.
Your website, DIRECT flickr or DIRECT facebook links where your work can be seen.
http://www.jolandaverdegaalkeramiek.nl

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At 8:36am on April 30, 2011, Lora Hart said…
What very beautiful work!! Wish I could see it in person. Congratulations on the front page feature.
At 7:48am on April 30, 2011, Thea Clark said…
Congratulations on having your lovely work featured.
At 5:45pm on February 26, 2011, Swanica Ligtenberg said…

Hi yes, finally I had some time to upload.

Greetings,Swanica

 

At 5:29pm on August 10, 2009, Stevie B. said…
Some wonderful forms and great colors & textures!

Makes me want to pot.
At 9:30pm on March 25, 2009, Janice Abarbanel said…
Jolanda - I love your amazing shapes, textures and colors!
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