Einat Cohen's Ceramics: The Life Within Things

Einat Cohen's Ceramics: The Life Within Things

Laurie Siegel
Oct 10, 2011

A well-executed, handmade ceramic piece has a way of connecting its owner to the breath and hand of the artist behind it. Einat Cohen's nature-inspired work goes a step further— connecting the owner to a life force not just behind, but within the piece itself.

This lifelike character of her pieces is most visible in her aquatic series, whose bowls and dishes echo creatures in the sea. Yet, in Cohen's hands, even something as mundane as a box glows as if sentient. Her works have been exhibited worldwide and periodically make the rounds for sale in various international shops, mostly in Europe and Israel. She says an online shop is forthcoming. Until then, for someone looking for a modern solution to breathing new life into your home, it's worth getting in touch with the artist directly.

Find It: Einat Cohen Ceramics, $25-$1000 at einatcohen.com

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(Images: Einat Cohen)

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