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Sacred earth

The pit is old. It was said it was a lime pit, from back then when almost each house had a small hole back in the garden where they fired limestone to produce lime. Lime was a primary white paint, which was also antibacterial, so lime painted in underground cellars was also fighting against mould. Perhaps in some recent history it […]

Glaze workshop with Grit Uhlemann

Melting processes of different geological materials happen naturally and continuously all around the world. When we are creating glazes, we are imitating what nature is doing already for some billions of years. Making your own glazes means creating your own surfaces. These can vary immensely. It will not only be matte or shiny. There can […]

Summer series: Wood-fired in France

Summer series is here! Works are made from locally collected materials from Novo mesto and Karlovac basin and fired with wood in anagama kiln for 3 days in La Borne, France. Oil lamp (with wick, you add olive oil) Small: 25eur Medium size vase 42eur Celtic inspired ritual cup 42eur Mug 35eur Yunomi 28eur Tea […]

Fall series: wood fired in Germany

Fall series is here! New works are made from locally collected materials and fired with wood in Wittgendorf near  Zittau, Germany. Shipping in Slovenia: +5eur Shipping in EU: +10eur Shipping world: inquire for price studio@anjaslapnicar.com Oil lamp (with wick, you add olive oil) Mini: 25eur Small: 30eur Yunomi with Shino glaze 28eur Horse sculpture Shino […]

Otroška delavnica: GLINA IN DOTIK

Studio je k sodelovanju povabil Tatjano Hlačer, keramičarko in specializantko pomoči z umetnostjo z dolgoletnimi izkušnjami dela z otroci. Skupaj smo pripravili sklop osmih srečanj, ki bodo vključevali učenje dela z glino, ter s tem razvijanje zaznavanja in samostojnega dela otrok z glino. Glina že sama po sebi nosi v sebi ustvarjanje. S posameznikovim načinom […]

Wild clay

Video about collecting clay in nature is here! Location: abandoned clay pits of brick factory Zalog. Clay bed in Straža valley is approximately 20 m deep. And because of that so many brickyards were built here in the past. If you know me, you know how psyched I am about clay that I find and […]