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Handmade Stoneware Mug Aquatic Series
Handmade Stoneware Mug Aquatic Series
Handmade Stoneware Mug Aquatic Series
Handmade Stoneware Mug Aquatic Series
Handmade Stoneware Mug Aquatic Series
Handmade Stoneware Mug Aquatic Series
Handmade Stoneware Mug Aquatic Series
Handmade Stoneware Mug Aquatic Series
Handmade Stoneware Mug Aquatic Series
Handmade Stoneware Mug Aquatic Series
Handmade Stoneware Mug Aquatic Series
Handmade Stoneware Mug Aquatic Series
Handmade Stoneware Mug Aquatic Series
Handmade Stoneware Mug Aquatic Series
Handmade Stoneware Mug Aquatic Series
$51.00

Handmade Stoneware Mug Aquatic Series

Sculptural Coffee

The mug aquatic series was inspired by the nautical alphabet flag system + thinking about how we approach & interact with objects. A mug collection like we've never seen before. Each mug is truly one of a kind, hand sculpted in red or espresso stoneware and glazed on the inside. 

volume 10 oz

4" high x 5-6" wide including handle

hand washing recommended but dishwasher safe  

About the Artist: 

Anne Carnevale, the artist behind Carnevale Clay, believes an object tells a story.  

Her work is inspired by functional objects that have been present throughout history- a cup, a plate, a spoon, a water jug... timeless, clean and simple. Traveling in the mediterranean as a child, Anne became acutely aware of the handmade in the region.  Its architecture and artifacts awakened an artistic sensibility that has shaped her life & work. 

Carnevale creates sculptural vessels that are, like the human figure, unique and one of a kind, changing from every view point.  Art pieces that are made to be held and used. objects that aesthetically enhance the everyday moments of life.  The vessels are coil hand sculpted, a technique that reaches into antiquity and predates throwing on a wheel.  The simplicity of hand building artistically stands out in a world that is striving towards mathematical perfection- where the human imprint of the creative moment is hidden or lost.  

For Anne, the imperfect line & the off-centered object is the art.                                                                                                                                        

 

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