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Four Scenes from the Early Life of Saint Zenobius

About this project

Ceramic vessel hand carved over 212 hours. The images with pins show the pattern mapping technique that is used to achieve the patterns. The inspiration for this vessels comes from the Botticelli painting ‘Four Scenes from the Early Life of Saint Zenobius’.

Pricing

£8000 — £8000

Keywords

anti-digital, carved, intricate, black clay, black ceramic, geometric, hand built

Disciplines

Ceramics, Pottery, Conceptual

'Four Scenes from the Early Life of Saint Zenobius'
Photographer: Megan Kellythorn
'Four Scenes from the Early Life of Saint Zenobius'
'Four Scenes from the Early Life of Saint Zenobius' process images
Photographer: Leah Jensen
'Four Scenes from the Early Life of Saint Zenobius' process images
'Four Scenes from the Early Life of Saint Zenobius' detail
Photographer: Leah Jensen
'Four Scenes from the Early Life of Saint Zenobius' detail
'Four Scenes from the Early Life of Saint Zenobius' process image
Photographer: Leah Jensen
'Four Scenes from the Early Life of Saint Zenobius' process image
'Four Scenes from the Early Life of Saint Zenobius'
Photographer: Megan Kellythorn
'Four Scenes from the Early Life of Saint Zenobius'

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