Justin Teilhet's Dynamic and Minimalistic Porcelain

ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST HOME SHOW 2013

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Artist Justin Teilhet has come a long way since starting out as a self-taught  ceramicist. His works are at once simple and yet incredibly dynamic while maintaining a soothing effect on the eye. They are special because they function as both art in and of themselves, as well as functional pieces that can be used as a vessel or a vase. 

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Justin explains:

My current body of work is about surface tension; therefore, I use a family of glazes with continuous properties. The work is porcelain, made on a wheel. My driving force is visual simplicity, which attempts to create a sense of tranquility. The pieces are created and displayed in compositions of two or more objects. The interplay and negative space is as important as the objects themselves.

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See more of Justin's work on his site

(Images: Liana Walker)