“Little Girl Quilts” is a ceramic work by the contemporary artist Bennie.
Raku is a ceramic firing technique developed in 16th century Japan. The meaning of the ideogram for raku-yaki emphasises the serendipity of the firing process. The glazed sculptures were fired at 950 degrees, and the thermal shock produced the cracks in a completely random way. The object is then smoked, which blackens and enhances these accidents.
A sweet subject that lends itself particularly well to the raku technique. We are completely in love with this well-behaved bear! Its size is perfect to keep you company on your desk or in your reading corner.
Bennie’s mini bathers have a dreamy, skyward gaze. Delicate pieces full of tenderness and innocence that fit in your hand. Ideal for lovers of beautiful and unique objects.
“Little Girl Quilts”, to be given as a gift or as a present, will bring a touch of softness to your home.Discover the artist