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This beautiful exhibition will hang one more week at manos – not to be missed!
Bautiful prints in limited editions and signed by the artist, Malin Källsen.
We’re so happy to exhibit Daniel Reynolds ceramics at manos from September 29th until October 22nd. I got to know Daniel when I lived in London and had my workshop in the same charming victorian yard as him. Originally trained as a furniture designer, Daniel now makes gorgeous cast porcelain containers in the shape of cabbages, fennel, jelly moulds…
See more photos from the exhibition here.
The sun and +10 degrees had turned Överjärva Gårdsväg into a swimming pool, but people still managed to make their way through to the private view on Saturday. If I’d known I’d have written wellies as dress code!
Welcome to the private view of Ceramic Heads, a collection of work by ceramic and glass designer Liisa Välivaara.
Saturday 20th March 2-5 pm, at manos.
The exhibition continues until April 11th.
This week is the last chance to see the ceramics exhibition by Elisabeth Ottebring, inspired by the world of the compost and beautifully displayed on compost soil covered by a sheet of glass. Some of the pieces on display is available in manos webshop until Sunday.
On Sunday November 22nd Elisabeth will be present at manos all day, 11-3 pm. Welcome!
Tonight is the private view at manos for an exhibition of ceramics by Elisabeth Ottebring. It will be a curious, fantasy evoking display with Lisas beautiful work. Most of the pieces will be in the webshop on Monday next week.
Lisa has taken her inspiration from the compost and here’s her thinking behind the objects:
“life exist within the contrasts. it is when the black highfired earthenware clay with it’s coarse texture are given curvaceous forms and is delicately coloured by hand. it is when a summer feast is held among insects and moths, where bisquits made of honey are served from the blackest of urns, it is when the princess is a valkyrie with armpits full of hair. inspired by vivaldi, mr burton and mr greenway, elisabeth ottebring creates extravagant and playfull ceramics, that holds the uncertainty of life, it’s decay and vainglory. the direct feeling of the black highfired earthenware is translated and processed by hand, screened with old photographies or adorned with drawings. the creations set up an inviting world of playware where we are lured in to telling or own story of light and darkness, a story not entirely unlike life itself. “
Private view Wednesday 21st October 5-7 pm. Welcome!
The exhibition is open until November 22nd. Thursday-Sunday 11-3 pm.