ENAMELLED BLACK STONEWARE VASE BY MEIG
It was in England and then in France that the ceramist was trained in the art of ceramics and jewelry.
What characterizes her work is this relationship she has with the earth, a flexible material that she kneads, models until obtaining the desired object. She appreciates it rough and in the colors of the deserts of Tunisia, a country whose ceramics she loves so much.
White, blue or green enamel sometimes comes to cover her objects.
Their simple shape always tells a story. This enamelled black stoneware vase is a perfect example. It is reminiscent of Japanese ceramics, another source of inspiration for Meig. With its both raw and refined look, it takes us on a journey through this remote country. So, do not hesitate, let yourself be carried away!
Material: enamelled stoneware
Manufacturing method: modeled sandstone. Piece entirely made by hand