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Natan Moss

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Natan Moss

Born: 1974

Hometown: Los Angeles

Based in: Los Angeles

 

Natan Moss Ceramics is a unique ceramic studio operated on the East Side of Los Angeles by designer and ceramicist Natan Moss. Natan has been working in clay most of his life, learning from his uncle David Cuzick, a successful California studio potter. Natan's philosophy is to make simple, elegant pieces which explore the duality between art and functionality. Though Natan finds inspiration from many places, Japan, Scandinavia and 1960's Italy have been particularly influential. Natan Moss Ceramics focuses mainly on decorative sculpture and high end art furniture while.

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Function Follows Form Lamp

Natan Moss, United States

Lighting

US$ 1,300

Blue Crawl Lamp

Natan Moss, United States

Lighting

US$ 1,100

Jail Bird Lamp

Natan Moss, United States

Lighting

US$ 1,100

Function Follows Form Lamp

Natan Moss, United States

Lighting

US$ 1,400

Artificial Intelligence Lamp

Natan Moss, United States

Lighting

US$ 1,100

Function Follows Form Vase

Natan Moss, United States

Sculpture

US$ 800

Function Follows Form Vase

Natan Moss, United States

Sculpture

US$ 900

Function Follows Form Vase

Natan Moss, United States

Sculpture

US$ 900

Lost Gum Side Table

Natan Moss, United States

Furniture

US$ 1,300

Lost Gum Side Table

Natan Moss, United States

Furniture

US$ 1,300

Function Follows Form Segmented Side Table

Natan Moss, United States

Furniture

US$ 1,400

Lost Gum vase with pink and blue gum

Natan Moss, United States

Sculpture

US$ 900

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About Natan Moss


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Describe your creative process.

Long showers


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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

Playful, functional, colorful


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Who are some artists that have influenced your work?

Shoji Hamada, Ken Price, Kenneth Noland


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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

Potters wheel


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What is the best piece of advice you have been given?

Low overhead


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Where do you go for inspiration?

Russian Propaganda Art

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