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Ceramic Pitcher with Lapiz Lazuli

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A charming ceramic pitcher decorated with a touch of Gold-plated Sterling Silver on the base. Embellished with Lapiz Lazuli. The design of the ceramic pitcher was commissioned to a famous artist, Esperanza Romero, while Lotus Arts de Vivre embellished the piece. The pitcher has been signed by the artist at the bottom.

 

It took over 2 months to co-design and finish this piece.

 

About the Artist – Esperanza Romero

 

Esperanza was born in 1956 in Melilla, Spain. Her family moved to Malaga a few months later, where she spent her early years and teens before moving independently to London at the age of 18. She achieved a BA in Fine Arts at Camberwell School of Art and a postgraduate degree at Royal College of Art , both in London, completing her studies  in 1985. With special help from the Crafts Council she set up her first studio in 401 that same summer, and began exhibiting from then on.Upon returning to Spain in 1988, she continued to work withEuropean galleries, especially in Holland and Germany, as well as in Taiwan and Japan.

In 2006 she exhibited in Rome and obtained the 1st prize for painting by the Association des Beaux Arts, Monastir, Tunisia. During 2008, she was selected to participate in the creation of the Museum of International Contemporary Ceramics in Fuping, China. In 2009 she held a retrospective exhibition of the last 30 years at the Casa Tiros Museum in Granada, in 2010 her work was seen at the National Museum of Ceramics in Valencia. In 2012 she was invited to show in Baroda, India, and in 2016 she had  a residency in Dhaka, Bangladesh, resulting in a show at the Cosmos Gallery. 2019 she had a solo show in Goldborne Gallery, London.

 

She is a multidisciplinary artist who, apart from her sculptural ceramics, painting and prints, has collaborated in audiovisual projects for cinema, Spanish television and various illustration projects. Her work can be seen in numerous  public and private international collections. 

 

Lapiz Lazuli Weight: 7.46 ct.

Size: 13(W) x 36(L) x 32(H) cm.

Weight: 1.5 kg.

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