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And then came the form by Blanca Torá

Brooch  /  Abstract   OnBody
 
My hands find their place between earth and water, which slip through the lines and folds of my skin. Pores are filled with the clay, the incessant turning of the wheel puts me into a state of wonderful transition, the same as the waves of the sea. My hands embrace and move to the rhythm of the piece. This makes me feel very much like when I solder: my mind alert, calm and in the present.

Working clay is working with the beauty of detail, tactile, the presence of my hands on the skin of the earth.
Blanca Torá
Brooch
And then came the form
2016
Glazed stoneware, brass, color, silver.
6.8 x 2.5 cm
Photo by:
Pep Ávila


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