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    디저트 한아름 가져 온 에인젤👼🏻
완전 맛있었구요, 고마워용💛

    디저트 한아름 가져 온 에인젤👼🏻
    완전 맛있었구요, 고마워용💛

    0 1 7 hours ago
    전통적인 라인과 부드럽고 세련된 컬러가 특징인 문은아 작가님의 수금 도자 브로치입니다 뒷부분은 가죽과 자석으로 마무리되었습니다
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전시 제목 : 문은아 개인전 <Moon,Euna  Art Deco Ceramic Exhibition - Line & Color 展>
전시 기간 : 2019. 08. 21 - 2019. 08. 26
전시 장소 : 서울시 종로구 인사동길 39-1 / 070-4126-2775
관람 시간 : AM 11:00 - PM 7:00 (화요일 휴관)

    전통적인 라인과 부드럽고 세련된 컬러가 특징인 문은아 작가님의 수금 도자 브로치입니다 뒷부분은 가죽과 자석으로 마무리되었습니다
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    전시 제목 : 문은아 개인전
    전시 기간 : 2019. 08. 21 - 2019. 08. 26
    전시 장소 : 서울시 종로구 인사동길 39-1 / 070-4126-2775
    관람 시간 : AM 11:00 - PM 7:00 (화요일 휴관)

    1 1 7 hours ago
    수강생작품
반짝임이 예쁜 그릇들✨

    수강생작품
    반짝임이 예쁜 그릇들✨

    1 1 7 hours ago
    some new mugs, fresh out of the kiln 🙌 #ceramics

    some new mugs, fresh out of the kiln 🙌 #ceramics

    0 0 7 hours ago
    In the process of making more hanging white clay pots. They may appear in the shop next week!

    In the process of making more hanging white clay pots. They may appear in the shop next week!

    3 2 7 hours ago
    Getting into ceramic vibe🏺

    Getting into ceramic vibe🏺

    14 1 7 hours ago
    수강생 작품 🍳🍞

    수강생 작품 🍳🍞

    6 1 7 hours ago

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    The signed foot on one of my stoneware bowls. Trimmed and impressed with my mark when the clay is leather hard. I’ll post a video tomorrow showing how I turn the feet of my bowls, it’s edited minimally and shows the process from beginning to end.

The stamp I use to mark this part of my bowls is minuscule. It measures at maybe 2x3mm and was carved specifically to fit this small facet of the foot I turn onto all my bowls.

The ‘F’ itself has obvious meaning. It’s the first letter of my name and I like to think the runic qualities it holds can relate to my Nordic ancestry, Gadsby comes from Gaddesby, an old Saxon settlement, but maybe that’s all a long shot. I just like the simplicity of the mark. Especially one that’s so small and shrinks down further as the clay is fired.

Making sure that where the glaze meets the clay is a perfect line is something I take a vast amount of care over. The pots are waxed and the mark is dabbed with wax so there’s no crevasses the glaze can settle into. Then, after they’ve been glazed and allowed a day or so to dry out I go over the foot carefully with a damp sponge, gently rubbing away any excess glaze that settles over the wax and ensuring the line is perfect.

    The signed foot on one of my stoneware bowls. Trimmed and impressed with my mark when the clay is leather hard. I’ll post a video tomorrow showing how I turn the feet of my bowls, it’s edited minimally and shows the process from beginning to end.

    The stamp I use to mark this part of my bowls is minuscule. It measures at maybe 2x3mm and was carved specifically to fit this small facet of the foot I turn onto all my bowls.

    The ‘F’ itself has obvious meaning. It’s the first letter of my name and I like to think the runic qualities it holds can relate to my Nordic ancestry, Gadsby comes from Gaddesby, an old Saxon settlement, but maybe that’s all a long shot. I just like the simplicity of the mark. Especially one that’s so small and shrinks down further as the clay is fired.

    Making sure that where the glaze meets the clay is a perfect line is something I take a vast amount of care over. The pots are waxed and the mark is dabbed with wax so there’s no crevasses the glaze can settle into. Then, after they’ve been glazed and allowed a day or so to dry out I go over the foot carefully with a damp sponge, gently rubbing away any excess glaze that settles over the wax and ensuring the line is perfect.

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