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Freiwald Art Pottery "all is art all is nature" the highway to the unconscious

Creator /Collector “There is nothing quite like it, when I am working on a piece, I feel truly energized”. My passion for this work requires well-designed concepts Creator /Collector “There is nothing quite like it, when I am working on a piece, I feel truly energized”. My passion for this work requires well-designed concepts to be meticulously crafted to the highest standards and to the best of my abilities. I am inspired by visceral nature and sometimes retreat into fantasy. My current art pottery pieces rely on emotional intensities, sometimes based on the brutality and beauty found in nature and imagination. The forms are hand thrown or sculpted and the glazes are full of texture and character. I employ sintered, born of the ashes glazes including my phoenix iridized luster, fractured earth, glass, crater, and matte crystalline surfaces. Layered under glazes and bole paste applied in various painterly fashions unites depth and interest into the timeless beauty of the vessels. My art works are deeply rooted in tradition. I teach, study and love all styles of art including Jugendstil, Symbolist, Secession, Expressionism and Fantastic Mythology. My introspective searching for unknown horizons is a constant life journey as I am always welcoming the unknown and new. It is the quintessence; the resulting art pottery born of earth, fire, water and air that becomes transcendent and takes on a life of its own. (Read more)

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Jugendstil Lamp Loetz? - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
Hermann Hendrich "symbolist bathing nude" 1900 - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
Orivit Pewter Art Nouveau Vase, Germany, c. 1905 - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
Organic Amphora vessel by Paul Dachsel, 1899 for RStK - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
Jardinière, ca. 1893 Lucien Lévy–Dhurmer (French, 1865–1953); Clément Massier (French, 1844–1917) Golfe–Juan, France - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
HAVE A MERRY DADA XMAS! Art Nouveau Bottle Rack 1914 as a tree. - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
Fledermaus for Fledermaus - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
Holland Utrecht Handled Vase - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
Waylande Gregory Porcelain - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
Harpies in my head and art - Art Potteryin Art Pottery

Comments

  1. This is another very nice lustre piece. There was a chipped one on ebay a while back. How much did you have to pay? I just won a large Massier last week. I should post it. Congratulations! I really lo...
  2. Very rare and exceptional vase. A radical object in its day and still is. Beautiful!
  3. I just found it. Great!
  4. Who is the artist that created the wonderful marble carving? Love the scale and the passion in the piece.
  5. Simply gorgeous!
  6. Wow ! Thanks for showing me . Wonderful!
  7. Theses are great!
  8. Wonderful symbolist painting!
  9. What a fantastic find! These pieces are just amazing and the technique is so difficult! Wonderful.
  10. Wonderful Chaplet! There is a new Art Nouveau Ceramic collection at the Met Museum in NYC. It is also so wonderful. The link... http://www.metmuseum.org/collection/metcollects/archive/ellison-collec...
  11. Ha, Ha, thats great! Yes maybe Emile Muller. Did you see the Muller I placed here last year? I love the bath!
  12. And the box is a masterpiece.
  13. I love the Rambervillers Cytere? lustre vases in the display case.
  14. What artist created the fire place? Wonderful!
  15. Thank you for the link. Great!
  16. The lustres are fantastic! Very hard to create, I am trying.
  17. My faves are the elchinger /desire
  18. Yes, the snake vase and all symbolist mask pieces and lustre. Lustre mask.
  19. These pieces inspire me.
  20. Thank you so much for all of the pics! What a treat! Great trip.
  21. I will look again.
  22. The wiring is original and old up inside the lamp, there is a new cord and the fixture is old as well. I purchased some old style bulbs from a company in England which illuminates a beautiful warm glow.
  23. Wow, this is one of my favorites! Inspirational to my works.
  24. This is a very unusual piece with great form.
  25. Great glass! Thinning? what are you selling?
  26. Yes, I do have some luck when I least expect it. I have missed the last few pieces I have bid on. Always feel due a find.
  27. Can't you just feel the cool ledge and smell the moss.
  28. elegant with that frosty look and gold/red color
  29. What a great find! Beautiful mottled iron glaze.
  30. Great! What a cool form.
  31. What a beautiful vase! Great design.
  32. Stunning! Classy!
  33. These are fantastic!!!! Just great!
  34. She is beautiful! What a great artist. Thank you so much for your information.
  35. This is great and I love your interpretation! I do not know the mark but have seen similar pieces. I know the red marble is prized in Italy and just is rare and beautiful. Do you think it also had som...
  36. Oh yes they are very beautiful indeed. I love the symmetry and balance of the materials.
  37. Beautiful glazes and a great form.
  38. This is very beautiful and reminds me of Dalpayrat red as well. Iron and copper spotting like a tenmoku pottery glaze.
  39. All of your card images, history and consideration are just wonderful! What a collection you should write a book.
  40. Wonderful! I have been scanning old family pics over the last year. I love the dreamy colors. Beautiful.
  41. I wonder did he share the same glaze chemists and how he worked out the technique? I agree they are at the top! This is such a beautiful master piece. The technique is sooo difficult and to achieve th...
  42. Oh yes very nice and a classic!
  43. This is spectacular! I do love everything about it. I was watching this one as well. Fantastic.
  44. I will have the green one you colored:-)
  45. What a wonderful piece! Love Powolny!
  46. Great pottery and I love the photograph as well.
  47. Very nice form. What an interesting lesson. So sad but his spirit lives on.
  48. I agree he had vision and it is one of the best forms.
  49. Yes, I will have to research this one. It's not perfect but the form is great!
  50. Yes, this is the toughest glaze to produce! I am sure they smiled and grunted funny sounds while holding this one.
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