All-in-One Mural
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All-in-One Mural

Saraswati

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- unique art piece, created by Saraswati -

This is a freestyle playful mural, a collection of 57 multicolored tiles to be assembled and fixed at your home/office/hotel (indoor, outdoor) the way you like to see it. It can animate your kitchen, bathroom or even your garden!

You can arrange them in your own fashion: continue with the grid or build a line, a clock-like mural circle... Give voice to your imagination!

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$96.30

Additional Information: Weatherproof, well fired ceramics. It’s a collection made with all the possible ways of surface treatment/coloring/decoration such as relief cut, sgraffito, slip trailing, stamping, resist, straight glazing and many more.

HaveFunPottery is a one-artist studio of Saraswati (Renata Sereda). www.havefunpottery.com

Materials used: Ceramics (Stoneware, glazes).

Size: Each piece is 5x5 cm. (57 pieces)

Care instructions: relatively fragile, handle with care. You need to fix it on the wall using M-Seal (not included) or any cement based mixture. Waterproof, you can wash it using soft brush or even with the water pipe if fixed outdoor. Soft sponge and dry cloths are welcome. No metal sponge to be used.

Saraswati

Renata Sereda was born in Russia into a family where ceramics was the main profession. Her mother had taught her the play with clay by the age of 12, after which Renata quickly developed her own style of decorative ceramic miniature. After an 8 year career as a TV journalist she left Russia and moved to India in 2004 to join the International Township of Auroville. After settling in she fully dedicated her time to ceramics. In 2008 Renata founded the “White Peacock” clay club, teaching students aged 7 to 17 the art of pottery. Somewhere along the line she took the name Saraswati after the Indian goddess for creativity, perfection and knowledge, patron of the art of science. 
Saraswatis’ unique and non-functional pottery pieces remind one of the playful creativity of Paul Klee, Miro and Kandinsky. She states that she gets inspired by everyday objects, glimpses of her childhood as well as the beauty of the rough stoneware and lightweight porcelain she works with. 
This inspiration is detectable in the detailed textures and various nuances of colors present in every piece. For the Ceramic Triennale Saraswati aimed to create a perfect miniature home, a small space with delicate objects and an invitation to the audience to share this intimate and cozy space filled with positive memories. Saraswati says that her aim is to instill the joy of crafting in every single piece and to make this joy visible in her art objects. 

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