This artist is a Sardinian designer who works different kinds of ceramics:
Raku means "living in harmony with things and people". This technique was devised in Japan in the 16th Century to create bowls for the tea ceremony, in accordance with the spirit of Zen philosophy.
Bucchero is one of the most ancient pottery techniques, black and glossy, light, first used in Sardinia in the pre-nuraghic period (2200-2000 BC) and also used by the Etruscans for the production of thier famous vases.
Maiolica is an ancient technique used in Italy and Europe. The ceramic is coated with stanniferous enamel
His creations are simple, elegant, monochrome shapes or colorful bas-reliefs rich in meticulous, delicate details, they are a tribute to the great history of Italian majolica and to the pictorial techniques that made it known throughout the world.
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