Egg Vase, Gisèle Buthod-Boy, 1982

Nathalie Dupuis
Gisèle Buthod-Garçon
Gisèle Buthod-Garçon


After leaving the factory where she worked to turn utility ceramics in series, Gisèle Buthod-Garçon started out as a professional in 1982. She moved to Manduel, near Nîmes, where she built her own wood-fired oven. She very quickly tames the technique of American Raku, which she will never leave.

In 1982, she began to create Eggs , vases and bowls with the American Raku technique. Going against the trend of the aesthetics of her time, she offers brilliant and colorful enamels.

The forms with functional connotations realized from its beginnings are only a pretext for a plastic research, with vitrified glazes of crackled enamel under the effect of thermal shock, imprinted by the plants burned at the time of smoking, natural scars .

Note: Les dimensions indiquées sont celles de l'oeuvre seule
Width 22 cm
Height35 cm

Contact Nathalie Dupuis

Nathalie Dupuis
Marché Paul Bert
stands 130 et 132 allée 1
 +33(0)6 27 22 42 76

Other objects from this antique dealer

Price upon request
Price upon request
Price upon request
Nathalie Dupuis's catalog

You may also like

See all suggestions