Freiwald Art Pottery Bat Amphora Jugendstil Nouveau Arts Crafts Mission Favrile
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Freiwald Art Pottery Bat Amphora Jugendstil Nouveau Arts Crafts Mission Favrile:
This Good Luck Bat amphora vase is a fantastic example of a hand made, one of a kind ceramic artwork created by Richard Freiwald. It is finished in a series of personally formulated glazes, which are full of texture and character with no damage and is in “as made” condition. It would make a fantastic addition to any art collection, arts and crafts, art nouveau interior, or for the true nature lover. This art pottery vase is in mint, as made condition and stands 13 inches tall. Additional recent and archived art works from shows can be viewed on artspan in the gallery section under freiwald art pottery. I do my best with the photography. There are often glare spots and imperfections in the pics. Buyer pays insured shipping and great care is taken with the packing. Thank you so very much for looking and for your kind appreciation. My passion for this creative work requires well-designed concepts to be meticulously crafted to the highest standards and to the best of my abilities. I am inspired by visceral nature and sometimes retreat into fantasy. My current art pottery pieces rely on emotional intensities, sometimes based on the brutality and beauty found in nature and imagination. The forms are hand thrown or sculpted and the glazes are full of texture and character. I employ sintered, born of the ashes glazes including my phoenix iridized luster, fractured earth, glass, crater, and matte crystalline surfaces. Layered under glazes and bole paste applied in various painterly fashions unites depth and interest into the timeless beauty of the vessels. My art works are deeply rooted in tradition. I teach, study and love all styles of art including Jugendstil, Symbolist, Secession, Expressionism, Modernism and Fantastic Mythology. My introspective searching for unknown horizons is a constant life journey as I am always welcoming the unknown and new. It is the quintessence; the resulting art pottery born of earth, fire, water and air that becomes transcendent and takes on a life of its own.