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Sandra Vas

Born: 1993

Hometown: Zagare

Based in: Zagare

My creation is somewhere between the vastness of space and the depths of the ocean. In the design of my products, I try to depict the most diverse phenomena of the sky and the earth. The bottom of my creations is like a drawing, or maybe even a piece of heaven and earth in your hands.

My name is Sandra Vasiliauskiene (Sandra Vas)
I am a ceramic artist from Lithuania.
My field is large ceramic bowls.
Palete I use is a combination of black, blue, green and white.
I love the contrast between rough and still design.

My ambition as an artist is to bring nature into your life. All items are crafted as naturally as possible, but still maintain their practicality. I take advantage of renewable energy sources like sun and wind to make my creations as sustainable as possible. Each piece has been handcrafted to be durable in different environments, including exposure to water, sun, and cold. Not only that, but I use the highest quality raw materials, such as natural stones, crystal glass and special handmade stoneware.

I participate in number of national exhibitions in Lithuania.
I mostly work with auctions and galleries. I send my ceramic art all over the Europe. Ceramics is my life.

I am open for collaborations, workshops and making new connections.
Only good energy accepted.

Sandra's contact details:
Website -
Instagram - @sandra_vas_ceramics
Facebook - Sandra Vas Ceramics


Sandra Vas In The Studio

I am very lucky in life, because I found what makes me happy. Ceramics is my biggest joy. I love creating, experimenting, making new designs. I live in a farmhouse around the fields. My neighbours are deers and my favourite company is old trees in the forest. I am a nature lover, it is my biggest inspiration. All my artworks are filled with good energy and best wishes.

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More About Sandra Vas

Question IconWhat inspires you?

Bark of old trees, mountain tops, soil, clouds and sun, rivers, lakes and sea. Sky and stars, day and night. Wind, cold and heat. Summer, winter, spring and autumn. Everything I feel.

Question IconDescribe your creative process.

At first I visualise it in my mind. Then I use my hands to feel the clay, make it warm and soft. We became friends. This is very important step, if you will not make friendship it won't work... I play with speed and pressure and voilà. The art is born.

Question IconWhat are 3 words that best describe your work?

Textural, minimalistic, natural.

Question IconWho are some artists that have influenced your work?

Олеся Возницька, George Nakamura, Jane Yang-d’haene.

Question IconWhat is the most important tool when creating your work?

My combs. With it I comb my clay, I know that sounds crazy :)

Question IconWhat is the best piece of advice you have been given?

Only those who don't work, don't make mistakes.

Question IconWhere do you go for inspiration?

When I need inspiration I go outside, walk around the fields, make pictures of textures I like and resemble it to my artwork.



Catholic Univeristy of Leuven

Belgium, 2016

Kaunas University of technology

Lithuania, 2015