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Annette Lindenberg 'Through the splitting snow' Moon jar


Dimensions: W 21cm x H 29cm

Materials: Grey stoneware with a snow glaze 

Method: Hand Sculpted, Kurinuki (the Japanese technique of hollowing solid clay)

Care: Functional, wipe dry after use.



Carved from a grey stoneware and glazed in a snow glaze, this small moon jar reflects the artist’s interest in natural geomorphic forms and textures. Influenced by the Japanese aesthetic theory of wabi-sabi – an appreciation for beauty in imperfection - this work evokes at once intimate personal stories and the vastness of nature.

About the Artist:

Annette Lindenberg is a German/British ceramicist, originally from Austria, whose work focuses on Kurinuki, the Japanese method of hollowing and carving blocks of clay. Prior to her MA, Annette graduated from Cardiff Metropolitan University with a BA in Artist: Designer Maker. She has exhibited at the British Art Fair at Saatchi and the London Art Fair with the gallery Modern Clay.

Over her time at the Royal College of Art she has explored artistic glazing, experimenting with new formulations, unusual application techniques and methods of firing. Her range of tea bowls and cups explore her personal connection to the sea, an interest in geology and clay carving method.

Annette Lindenberg 'Through the splitting snow' Moon jar



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