Keza Rudge rare Raku Ceramic Rolling Horse unique item, signed by artist

Keza Rudge rare Raku Ceramic Rolling Horse unique item, signed by artist
Keza Rudge rare Raku Ceramic Rolling Horse unique item, signed by artist
Keza Rudge rare Raku Ceramic Rolling Horse unique item, signed by artist
Keza Rudge rare Raku Ceramic Rolling Horse unique item, signed by artist
Keza Rudge rare Raku Ceramic Rolling Horse unique item, signed by artist
Keza Rudge rare Raku Ceramic Rolling Horse unique item, signed by artist
Keza Rudge rare Raku Ceramic Rolling Horse unique item, signed by artist
Keza Rudge rare Raku Ceramic Rolling Horse unique item, signed by artist
Keza Rudge rare Raku Ceramic Rolling Horse unique item, signed by artist
Keza Rudge rare Raku Ceramic Rolling Horse unique item, signed by artist

Keza Rudge rare Raku Ceramic Rolling Horse unique item, signed by artist
Superb Raku ceramic art pottery horse signed by the sculptor Keza Rudge – titled Rolling Horse. Offered is a slipware ceramic edition hand finished and glazed by Keza using the Raku technique. Fabulous representation of the joy of a horse rolling! Looking for a new home where she can take pride of place. Condition is as new. Dimensions 14 long x 6.5 high. Item will be listed on other sites. After obtaining a BSc First Class (Hons) Degree in Fine Art, (Sculpture) at the Stourbridge College of Technology and Art, Keza began working with her father Lawson E. Rudge, who taught her many of the skills she now puts into practice. Kezas work involves representation of various animals. Keza is an acknowledged leader in the portrayal of dogs and horses. Each piece is finely observed and beautifully modelled down to the muscle detail and facial expression. Sculpt an original model in clay, which may take up to three months to complete. From this, a multiple piece plaster mould is taken. Each piece is then slip-cast from the mould using a liquid clay. The piece is then hand finished and signed. Next, the piece is dried and biscuit fired. The eyes are painted using an underglaze, then the entire piece is glazed using a recipe originally formulated by my father. This is dried again and the glaze removed where black areas are required. The ceramic sculptures are then fired again to an optimum temperature, removed from the kiln and placed in a pit where they are immersed in sawdust. The difference in the shrinking of the ceramic and the glaze as they both cool creates the distinctive crazing of the glaze, which characterises the “raku” process. The sawdust prevents the ceramic from cooling too fast. After a few hours, the work is removed from the sawdust and washed. The item “Keza Rudge rare Raku Ceramic Rolling Horse unique item, signed by artist” is in sale since Friday, January 29, 2021. This item is in the category “Pottery, Porcelain & Glass\Pottery\Studio”. The seller is “dawn4492″ and is located in Laurencekirk. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.
  • Material: Ceramic
  • Manufacturer/ Type: Studio
  • Product Type: Figurines
  • Colour: White
  • Year of Manufacture: 1990-93
  • Sub-Type: British
  • Boxed/ Unboxed: Unboxed
  • Original/Reproduction: Contemporary Original
  • Date Range: 1980-Now
  • Use: Decorative

Keza Rudge rare Raku Ceramic Rolling Horse unique item, signed by artist

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