“First I attack the mound of clay with rhythmic blows at intervals that differ in intensity thus creating a tense living surface.
When fired, I place the slab on a pottery wheel and let it turn. When the clay begins to actually move on it’s axis, the effect of waves, emphasized by the play of light and shadow, is formed.”
The Pottery Studio at the
Slovenian Ethnographic Museum
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