room #5

 

 

BOWL

 

 

 

 

 

Two pieces corresponding on the table.

 

 

 

[ENG] The idea is to manufacture a standard ceramic objects, their outer surface lending themself as a canvas for different decor systems. Mixes of different salts and oxides along with custom glazes will be applied to the naked shard, which partly remains unglazed.

 

[GER] Die Idee ist keramische Standardobjekte herzustellen, deren Oberfläche als Leinwand für verschiedene Dekorsysteme dient. Mischungen verschiedener Salze und Oxide zusammen mit eigenen Glasuren werden auf den nackten Scherben aufgetragen, der teilweise unglasiert bleibt.

 

[SWE] Tanken är att tillverka standard keramiska objekt, deras yttre yta lånar sig som en duk för olika dekor system. Blandningar av olika salter och oxider tillsammans med egna glasur kommer att appliceras på det nakna skäret som delvis inte glaseras.

 

 

 

From the sketchbook

 

W I D E B O W L | A deviation from my favorit cylindrical or coneical geometry is this flat bowl. Inside shiny transparent glaze, outside matt black glaze. Slightly deformed under firing. 

 

 

From the sketchbook

 

BOWL WITH LID by Andreas Riess

This bowl is decorated with a matt black glaze tattoo presenting my signatur ornament "tranquile landscape" designed exclusively for the TATTOO series. Inside shiny transparent glaze with a light green tint

 

 

From the sketchbook

 

BOWL by Andreas Riess

A deviation from the cylindrical or coneical geometry is this flat bowl. Inside shiny transparent glaze with a light green tint, outside matt black glaze.

 

 

From the sketchbook

 

BOWL by Andreas Riess

New colors: I addition to the blue came salmon, green, and white. In their first run they came out pretty subtle.

 

From the sketchbook

 

 

From the sketchbook

 

BOWL by Andreas Riess

Hand thrown stoneware | 62 x 203 mm (hight/diameter) | piece with a custom glaze applied by brush on the unfired object. Sgraffito dekorated with two signature lines running around the lower outside and signatur rape motive. Marked on bottomstamp with "AR" .

 

From the sketchbook

 

Green bows waiting to be glazed and fired.

 

 

From the sketchbook

 

BOWL WITH RAPE MOTIVE by Andreas Riess

Hand thrown stoneware | Experimental piece with a custom glaze applied by brush on the unfired object. Sgraffito dekorated with rape motive and two signature lines running around the lower outside. Marked on bottom with "AR" stamp

 

 

From the sketchbook

 

BOWLS WITH RAPE MOTIVE by Andreas Riess

These came out of the kiln today. Still many things to learn. The black glaze reminds Julia of Bornholm candy factory's licorice candies in Svaneke.

 

From the sketchbook

 

BOWL by Andreas Riess

The animated matte turquoise glaze beautifully offsets many colors for example the orange red of soon to be ripe cherry tomatoes.

 

 

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Pieces drying for glazing and subsequent firing

 

 

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Tools

 

 

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ASHTRAY | 120 x 38mm | stoneware | commissioned piece for Ellen R

 

 

From the sketchbook

 

BOWL #2 by Andreas Riess

Hand thrown stoneware | 72 x 190 mm (hight/diameter) | Experimental piece with a custom glaze applied by brush on the unfired object. Sgraffito dekorated with rape motive and two signature lines running around the lower outside. Marked on bottom with "AR" stamp and the DESIGN STUDIO RIESS brand logo

 

From the sketchbook

 

BENT PLATTER | 190 mm | stoneware | Along with the bowls a platter was fired. It came out of the kiln bent due to faulty stacking. Experiment with a custom glaze applied by brush on the unfired object.

 

 

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BOWL #2 | 60 x 165 mm | stoneware | Experiment with a custom glaze applied by brush on the unfired object. Two signature lines were added to assess how the the system lends itself to sgrafitto.

 

 

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BOWL #1 | 75 x 225 mm | brush decoration under shiny transparent glaze - many imperfections and certainly nothing but a beginning.

 

 

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#1 drying for biscuit firing

 

 

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#1 with coffee mug in background

 

 

From the sketchbook

 

From the sketchbook, spring 2017

 

 

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