Group of three porcelain vases irregularly coloured by hand with watercolour pigments and cooked in a ceramic oven at 1260 °C. All unique pieces made from casting of several successive layers in lost cardboard moulds, with a long and complex processing. The outside has a bisque finish (matte) while the inside has a layer of opaque glazing. The two largest vessels measure 33 cm and have a diameter of 8.5 cm while the smaller pink vase measures 27 cm and has a 7.5 cm diameter.Although suitable for containing liquids and hosting your most beautiful flowers, these vases have primarily a role in decor.
L.G. Menegazzi, architect, has worked with porcelain since 2015. He exhibits his works every year at the Milano Design Week. He has participated in several international contemporary ceramics contests (finalist at "Mediterraneo" competition of Grottaglie 2018/2019/2020, "Argille creative" 2018 competition in Albissola, "Maria Giusy Ricotti" memorial 2019 in Oristano; selected at the XV biennial exhibition of Aveiro 2021; he exhibited at the MIDeC ceramic museum in Laveno (Varese) in 2019 in the collective exhibition "It's always tea time" and in a solo show in San Donato Milanese (MI) in 2017. He won the Artbox Halloween contest in 2019 and participates in Cluster Crafts London. He teaches Paper Clay porcelain technique in several workshops.
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