Mining Landscape Panel
The profile of a mining landscape, story of a recent past that still characterises the environment where this ceramist lives because of the buildings of industrial archaeology, is realised using the refined naked raku technique in a fine design in this decorative panel made up of three modular tiles. Handcrafted in refractory clay, it is part of the Disegnati a memoria (drawn by heart) line, a distinctive production by this ceramist.
Materiali: Fire clay
Tecniche di lavorazione: Plate shaping, Raku
Dimensioni: Length 48 cm; Height 20 cm
Località di produzione: Iglesias
Artigiano: Alessandro Lai
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Crafting technique: Plate shaping Raku
Tools: Pottery hand tools Reduction oven
Materials: Fire clay