3.24.2011

Gertrud Vasegaard










Each piece stands tangible, down-to-earth, the stoneware mass can be felt in such a way that the textural effect of the material comes into its own. Decorations might look as simple ornaments, engraved, painted, or pressed in contrasting colours, but in fact they are part of her artistic way of celebrating our existence. She was no ceramic rebel; but a master of the craft and an artist who was also a poet. Art is the craft of the mind. The art of Gertrud Vasegaard is obviously connected to the abstract movements of the visual art of the 20th Century, but it is also of a timeless character.
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Gertrud Vasegaard
1913-2007

6 comments:

  1. KAMODA SHOJI and Tatsuzō Shimaoka. I love the second and last pieces.

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  2. those are my favorites, too.

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  3. Really check out Kamoda, you may like his work way more than Gertrud.

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  4. that third one was the first that caught my eye.it is pretty lovely. i love this old lady, gertrud! she's wonderful!

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