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Abstract Line and Paint-Stroke Tall Vase with Cutout and Pale Aqua Interior

Ceramic Vase

Created by Jean Elton
The original model for this shape was turned on a plaster wheel, from which a casting form was made. The casting form is one piece which enables the final work to be cast without seams, which often cannot be otherwise eradicated from the final form. The resulting shape makes a strong impression, yet is both visually and physically light.

The work is fired first to approximately 1800 degrees F, and then hand decorated by the artist using bold brush strokes, multiple patterns, and vibrant underglazes applied with fine-tipped bottles. The interior has a satin pale aqua gloss finish and the exterior has a matte finish with no clear gloss glaze.

The object emerges from the second firing, which requires approximately 2100 degrees F, in its final form: a lightweight (approximately seven pounds) yet sturdy vessel that can be used as an elegant vase or as a purely decorative work of ceramic art with vivid colors.

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