Friday, August 24, 2012

Really Good Gunnar

Gunnar Nylund created this sizable ceramic for Nymolle, Denmark, in the 1950s. Notable is the vertical striations, likely created with a fork-like tool, yet fired to a deceivingly smooth-to-the-touch surface. The coloration is his signature mottled multi-tonal glaze in an array of greens...from moss to mint.
16" tall

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