Renaud: Shapes and Desire of Nature Exhibition

October 1st, 2014

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We have had an exciting morning unpacking all of the exhibition works for our show tomorrow with Quebec potter Renaud Sauvé of Atelier Des Cent-ans.

Here is a small sampling of what will be available tomorrow night.

Above: Classical vase with blue “tattooed” waves motif and rain and clouds embossment.

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A porcelain drinking cup with walnut display stand.

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A Soap stone black glazed lidded bowl with a hand hammered copper handle.

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A hand carved celadon incense burner.

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A deep hand carved plate with “tattooed” tidal wave motif. Can be hung on the wall.

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Candle snuffs with carved animals.

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A large Mei Ping vase with crackling glaze.

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A celadon glazed cup with drip.

Shapes and Desire of Nature

A solo exhibition Renaud Sauvé of Atelier Des Cent-ans
Thursday, October 2nd 7:00pm – 10:00
Artist in attendance

We hope to see you tomorrow night!

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  1. That drip cup: so sensuous… dare I say, erotic!


    An

    5 Oct 14 at 8:15 pm

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