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fascination with African art, particularly from West Africa, and the influence this had on 20th century artists. Each piece has been deliberately sculpted from terracotta and decorated with a select few glazes to achieve an animated, graphic effect.
Dimensions: Height: 28cm, Length: 15cm, Width: 15cm
Care Instructions: Wipe with cloth
This piece draws influence from the drawings and designs Aude discovered while travelling through the Dogon country in Mali, where masks, sculptures and artefacts are an essential part of village life.
Celebrated Belgian illustrator and ceramicist Aude Van Ryn creates handmade ceramic tableware, figurines and sculptures. She has developed a vibrant, abstract aesthetic, incorporating dots, lines and geometric shapes, alongside brightly coloured plants, flowers and birds. Aude Van Ryn moved to London aged 21 to study illustration at Central Saint Martins. She went on to study at the Royal College of Art and has been creating distinctive illustrations for publications such as The Guardian & The New Yorker.
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