MoshammerKeramik

Handmade vessels from sabine-moshammer-keramik.de

Linz am Rhein, Rheinland-Pfalz

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About MoshammerKeramik

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Artistic work with clay and porcelain is a passion that is always looking for new challenges and interprets an old craft in a contemporary way.

From reddish burning stoneware clay, freely turned and built vessels are created in simple, balanced shapes, which aim at the effect of contrasting glazed and unglazed surfaces, monochrome and color-accentuated surfaces and invite you to grasp and use them. Parts of the vessels are still inserted in the soft plastic state with white and colored porcelain fragments and then polished several times during drying. The remaining vessel surfaces are coated with self-developed feldspar glazes or they receive salt approach glazes in the fire. In addition to these rather stone-like-earthy pieces with comparatively thick wall thickness, I work with pure white porcelain, which – very thin-walled – results in feather-light, translucent vessels that look very opposite in combination with the dark stoneware. However, the whole thing becomes coherent in combination with the inlaid porcelain inlays.
In addition, there are always new small series, combinations of porcelain and glass, as well as a number of ikebana bowls and vases (list on request). All glazes are non-toxic and dishwasher safe and are fired at 1280°C in a reduction atmosphere in the gas oven.

1980 - 83 Studies of Art and Work Education and
1983 - 86 Pottery apprenticeship at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Braunschweig
1987 - 90 Technical School for Ceramic Design, Höhr-Grenzhausen, Master Craftsman's Examination
since 1992 Workshop in Linz am Rhein

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