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theartofsculpture:

Shannon Slaight-Brown

2013 BFA Exhibition, Illinois State University. Stoneware and acrylic.

(Source: gallery.ilstu.edu)

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inwitgalerie:

Rare Sculpted Flower Vase by Hans Hedberg - France 1960’s

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baoputang365:

Day 76 2014.07.08 Beijing

wabi-sabi or called侘寂 in Chinese. It means not finished object that lasts forever. And it’s the imperfect that makes it beautiful and perfect. The thought originates from Japanese tea culture aesthetics. It also has to do with modest and harmony with nature. Our understanding of wabi-sabi starts from observing everyday things we use in our tea related objects and listening to what it’s telling our heart. After repeated observations and rumination we can quietly understand it’s meaning. Like this 800 year old earthen bowl.

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thecolorfiles:

Jacques Ruelland (1926-2008) & Dani Ruelland (1933-2010)
Quatre vases
Terre au manganèse émaillée
Signés
H max 41 cm

(Source: piasa.auction.fr)

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