The bird house is part of the latest collection of ceramic vessels, which draws inspiration from the power and presence of reductive forms - a natural extension of Gidon's sculptural practice, where a fascination with the relationship between biomorphic asymmetry and the artefact is explored.
Crackle Glaze Care Instructions: Hand-washing is recommended for crackle vessels. It is not recommended to use crackle vessels to contain wet foodstuffs. Crackle glaze is also susceptible to stains from vivid pigmentations such as beetroot or turmeric etc.
Satin finish Care Instructions: Satin glazes are microwave and dishwasher safe. Take care not to use sharp metal implements that can leave scratch marks such as steak knives on satin surfaces (with the exception of satin white Glaze which has been specially formulated for scratch resistance and is strong enough for use in commercial kitchens).
The best method for stain removal is denture cleaning powders/tablets. If you have a bad or persistent stain, bleach or hydrogen peroxide can be used effectively.
Many of these ceramic objects are modelled and formed using techniques such as traditional Japanese wood bending, carving, plaster turning and mould making, together with more contemporary approaches such as 3D printing and multi axis CNC. These processes form part of Gidon's unique sculptural approach to designing and producing ceramics.
The Ceramic Bird House can be suspended from above, or secured from below.
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