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  • Andrea Da Tos

    Sculptor and ceramist in Venice. He is fascinated by Africa as a place source of powerful stimuli for his imagination. He works and exhibits in his studio in Venice just a few steps from the Peggy Guggenheim Collection.

  • Carla Lega

    Carla Lega started modelling and decorating handmade pottery in 1975, side by side with her father Leandro (already a proven ceramist, well-known for his typical "reds”). She has become a part of Faenza's heritage thanks to her masterly deftness, with her modern and absolutely autonomous language, brightened up by the use of the "lustre in a reduction firing” technique and by the constant search for new forms.

  • Carola Castagna

    Ceramic artist, living and working near Venice, Italy. I like to create heads, mostly from women, of various ethnic groups, combining sculptural technique to what I had learned in anatomy.

  • Cinzia Cingolani

    Cinzia Cingolani makes pottery since the 90s. Her work starts from a deep study of the ancient techniques and develops into the realization of contemporary design objects.

  • Elena Giustozzi

    Elena Giustozzi has been creating porcelain and stoneware pieces since 2011. She tries to combine her love for sculpture with a passion for jewelry, the strength of the earth with the lightness of the wearable object.

  • Luana Minchio

    For more than 15 years lands enamels and glazes enter and exit from the wolf's den, but something good always comes out.

  • Patricia Masson

    Artist and ceramist, Patricia creates different collections of ceramic pieces in a poetic and delicate world. She lives in Dordogne (France).

  • Samuele Perraro

    Born in Vicenza in 1993 he later moved to Venice for academic purposes. Here he discovered and fell in love with the ceramic tradition. He acquired his professional background working in ADL Ceramics in Venice and then moved to France to extend his knowledge in the Terre Est-Ouest atelier. His research is characterized by the centrality of clay as soil, base, and origin.

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