Category Archives: Ceramics

Raku

Burning raku is always fascinating. The whole process of getting the fine tea bowls safely in – and out – of the redglowing oven, and further to the reduction in the bucket of sawdust that highlights characteristic fine crackles of … Continue reading

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Along the Seaside Ceramics

Set up for upcoming exhibition at Mikkelborg Art Center. Clearly inspired by the coast and the sea.

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Glaze Course

Spend the week attending a glaze chemistry course at Aarhus Art Academy. It’s been a deep dive into the culture, history, geology and chemistry of clay and glazes – in theory and practice. With a lot of glaze experiments, burned … Continue reading

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Big Jars & Tiny Cups

My favorite issue in ceramics has always been to create large jars and vessels. The bigger the better! Ideally so large that they can stand by themselves – for example, stand securely on the floor – without you having to … Continue reading

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Back in Buisness

Around 2000 I totally stopped doing ceramics due to problems with my hands. For many years I didn’t even thought of touching clay. However, during the last couple of years teaching at Testrup højskole I have slowly got involved with … Continue reading

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Back to basics

Love to model jars and dishes in more or less organic shapes. Here a big oval dish for my mandarins.

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My Greenhouse Studio

My ceramic atelier’s really very very simple; actually just a small greenhouse in the backyard where I enjoy to modell vases and vessels – as long as there’s still a little sun and heat in the air. It’s small and … Continue reading

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