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Abandoned Vessel No.3 (vase)

Abandoned Vessel No.3 (vase)

Sepideh Jahanpanah

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This is one of the vases of the abandoned vessel series made by Sepideh using local materials from The Hague where she lives. Several techniques and unusual material combinations creates this unique rusty look inspired by abandoned architectures and beauty and livelihood that she sees in decay and erosion.
Delivery time: 7 days

Materials & Process

Stoneware ceramic, unprocessed local clay and sand sourced in The Hague, porcelain

Dimensions & weight

Width: 7 cm

Height: 13 cm

Depth: 7 cm

Weight: 440 g

Production & Shipping

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Care Instructions

All artworks are unique and will always carry the traces of the artist's hands and tools with them. Therefore, carefully handling the item and washing with hands with light soap and water is highly recommended.
Only suitable for dried plants.
Never put this piece in a microwave or washing machine!

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about the maker

Sepideh Jahanpanah

Sepideh Jahanpanah is an artist and a ceramist currently living and working in The Hague, Netherlands.

Her artistic interest was originally inspired, and has at it’s foundation, Sepideh’s Persian background, an indescribably rich culture that goes back thousands of years and in which she is inevitably in love with. Having left Iran to come to the Netherlands Sepideh has been studying and experimenting with Japanese Ceramic technics and the Wabi Sabi worldview, whose influence can be seen in her work.

Sepideh’s Bachelor Degree was at The Art University of Isfahan, Iran, focused on ceramics. Later she won a place to study an MA in Artistic Research at the Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague, The Netherlands where she has been working since.

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