Ceramic stoneware pot by Danish artist Rebecca Edelmann
Painted while unfired with white 'slip', and then painted again with red glaze for those lovely nails after first firing.
17 cm x 14 cm
Rebecca Edelmann is a Danish artist and ceramicist. She lives and works in Bristol with the poet Joel Scarfe, and their two daughters.
Rebecca came to England in 2001 to study art history at Leeds University but soon realised she preferred making to deconstructing.
Her influences come from ceramics of the 15th to the 17th century, as well as anything 'which jar the senses'.
Meissen porcelian animals from the 1700's.