Raku and iron panel – Modern Baroque
Handmade raku and iron panel – Modern Baroque
The raku and iron panel in modern baroque style is intended for interior design. The hand-moulded ceramic part, abundantly decorated with a spiral decoration in baroque style revisited in a modern key, has the typical color of raku technique, with metallic and iridescent traits. The piece is unique and non reproducible.
Raku is a technique which originates in Japan that allows to obtain design ceramic with very particular colours. Italy, known all over the world for its excellent artisans, managed to embrace this technique. In Abruzzo, Master Giuseppe Liberati is a pioneer of this technique in fact he has been creating artworks with this technique for several years. In fine arts, the “spiral” motif for decorations, i.e. lines rolling up on themselves, has been used as a decorative element since the most ancient cultures. The spiral, painted or embossed, has been appearing as a decorative element since the cave paintings in the Ancient Egypt, then became a typical decoration of architectural classical art. There are different interpretations of the meaning of the spyral decoration, all based on different cultures, representations and certainties. In fine arts the “spyral” meaning is usually related to the artist conceptual idea: emanation, extension, development, cyclic continuity and creation, all explained by the line starting from an exact point.
The raku and iron panel is an artwork in which traditional and contemporary artisanal traditions convey. It is a unique piece and it s not reproducible, Suitable to different furnishing styles. The panel is equipped with hooks, ready to be hung on the wall. When purchasing the object, a Guarantee Certificate signed by Master Giuseppe Liberati will be attached to prove the craftsmanship of the work.
Sizes: height 35 cm, width 35 cm, depth 5 cm.
Weight: 2.8 kg.
Product code: 27CMI