Looking through the September-October issue of Veranda, I was captivated by a vase created by ceramic artist SANDRA DAVOLIO.
Born in Correggio (Reggio Emilia), Italy, Davolio has been living in Denmark since 1974. She creates vessels from porcelain, stoneware, and raku. Of her work, I am especially drawn to the porcelain paper-thin, petal-like vases. Created from a hand thrown porcelain core fragile fins emerge to form an organic, nature-inspired composition. Her use of matte varnishes and glossy enamels create contrast and depth.
Davolio’s work is represented by Joem Lohmann of J. Lohmann Gallery in New York.
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