Dimensions: 16cm (H) x 16cm (W) / 6.3" (H) x 6.3" (W)
Diameter: 16cm / 6.3"
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
These handmade porcelain spheres sculptures were made using hand-built pottery technique with coils. Three spheres were painted with black colour dots, one with white dots and one is without any dots. Outside is tactile, has a paper-like feeling. The size of the biggest sphere is about 16cm in diameter the smallest is about 6sm in diameter.
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Based in: Tallinn
Hello there, my name is Kira and I’m hands behind the Kira Ni Ceramics. I am originally from Latvia but have started my pottery journey in London, UK.
For years I’ve been working in office jobs but was always searching for something creative. I don’t really know how it happened exactly, but one day in Jan 2014 I signed up for an evening pottery workshop in my local college. That was when everything changed. It was like it ignited a spark inside me. I spent the next ten months attending the workshop as well as different classes. I started planning my brand and practising my skills. In October 2014 I signed up for a 3 months BTEC level in order to learn the most important basics of ceramics. The rest happened very quickly: I left my job and basically put my old corporate career on hold in the hope of creating something I could feel mine and Kira Ni Ceramics was launched in Feb 2015.
After my relocation to a small Mediterranean island called Malta, I pursued hand-building. It was that time when pottery became my full-time career. Soon after I changed stoneware clay to porcelain, it took me almost 10 months just to understand porcelain, how it works, and mostly, how it shapes. Just before my next move to Tallinn, Estonia, I have started experimenting with coloured porcelain. My current work consists of vases and sculptures as well a new range of slip-casted porcelain objects.
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