“Pueblo” by Michael Buckley


With “Pueblo”, Michael Buckley tells us a story of chemistry between stoneware and 100% natural enamels.

It is in the Orléanais, region where he settled, that the artist gleans the clay from which he makes his slip. This is then applied either with the pouring technique or with a brush on the stoneware before firing.

The result is there: this piece that one would think came out of an archeological excavation site is very modern.

It may contain food liquids.

Height: 13.5cm

Neck diameter: 6cm

Body diameter: 9cm


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