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”Terra Strappata” (EM)


“Torn Clay" Ceramic. single piece turned on the potters wheel then manually ripped at the edges at its leather hardness stage.

Unique piece made entirely by hand with changes in the shape of the edge of the wall to get the idea of the torn clay. The piece was subjected to two firings in electric kiln, the first at 970 °, the second at 940 ° ... after the application of white enamel outwardly and reagents that create the speckled effect and bluish edge.The interior is dark blue in color, which is perceived black in the dark, while it seems more 'blue under the sunlight or artificial light. The effect is achieved with the application of colored crystal of my composition. The line "Terra Strappata" consists of three different pieces to one another in size and shape and are all unique pieces


Ceramica. Pezzo unico eseguito al Tornio e modificato manualmente allo stadio di durezza cuoio.Pezzo unico eseguito interamente a mano con alterazioni della forma nella parete del bordo per ottenere l’idea della terra strappata. Il pezzo è stato sottoposto a due cotture in forno elettrico, la prima a 970°, la seconda a 940°…dopo l’applicazione dello smalto bianco esteriormente e di reagenti che creano l’effetto puntinato e azzurrognolo del bordo.L’interno è di colore blu scuro, che si percepisce nero in assenza di luce, mentre appare piu’ azzurro sotto la luce solare o artificiale. L’effetto è ottenuto con l’applicazione di cristalline colorate di mia composizione. La linea “Terra Strappata”  si compone di tre pezzi diversi fra loro per forma e dimensioni e sono singolarmente pezzi unici

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Edi was born in Castiglion Fiorentino, a beautiful medieval Tuscan town. She has always been drawn to the arts, initially drawing and painting, for which she showed a natural flair and sensitivity. She also felt an instinctive desire to visit distant countries and from an early age, she travelled extensively, experiencing different civilisations, customs, beliefs and artistic traditions. During her travels she naturally absorbed much of what she was exposed to, not only art, but also colour, nature, light, climate etc, all of which constantly fed her creativity.

Her first artistic efforts were with variety of different materials, using different mediums…paper, board and canvas…watercolours, charcoal and oils…but when her hands first experienced the feel of clay, she knew immediately that it was right for her. It felt so natural to handle clay, and forms freely developed as she progressed.

She began to actively explore ceramics in the early 1990′s, learning from renowned Italian potters a wide range of methods and techniques. She then went on her own way, taking on a new direction as a ceramic artist, continually experimenting. The clay is turned scraped, kneaded and moulded, pushing to the limit its structural stability, often producing surprising and gratifying results. Her work is also inspired by nature, she strives to capture elements of it, exaggerating them. The vast expanses of oceans and deserts, which may seem repetitive, in fact offer an amazing level of varied details.

She delicately balances a blend of both traditional and contemporary, giving rise to fresh and energetic forms. Thus her pieces become a fusion of sculpture and painting, in which form and decoration, technique and creativity mingle and alternate with elegant movement. Each composition in her collection is unique, created personally and entirely handmade. She often collaborates closely with her clients and architects on private commissions. Edi regularly holds personal or collective exhibitions in Italy and abroad, and has a permanent display in her studio in Castiglion Fiorentino.

Her studio is not only her personal workplace and gallery, but also a space which welcomes all artists and those passionate about art, to meet and exchange ideas, interests and experiences. 





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