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Andrzej Bero - A cup of calmness

Calendar Exhibition from 31/08/2020 to 25/09/2020, at the gallery in the Palais de l'Europe, space Showcases

Link to the artist's website : Website

Link to the artist's photo gallery : Galery

In my work I blend two passions: for buddhism and zen esthetics and for pottery. From the very beginning of my activity I was interested in tea pottery. If I remember well, the second vessel I made in my life was a teapot. My work opens eyes to the abundance of traditions and rituals resulting in specific pottery shapes and to variety of tastes, shapes and smells of teas from Japan, China, Korea and India. This blend resulted in my own pottery style, enhanced with centuries long traditions of distant lands. The shape subordinated to the function is important - it is not just tea brewing, but also the creation of a harmonious atmosphere. That's why I avoid sharp angles, which is not difficult when I roll on a wheel, but I do not create edges or corners. Circular, gentle shapes are my idea of ​​balance, unity.

In my work I blend two passions: for buddhism and zen esthetics and for pottery. From the very beginning of my activity I was interested in tea pottery. If I remember well, the second vessel I made in my life was a teapot. My work opens eyes to the abundance of traditions and rituals resulting in specific pottery shapes and to variety of tastes, shapes and smells of teas from Japan, China, Korea and India. This blend resulted in my own pottery style, enhanced with centuries long traditions of distant lands. The shape subordinated to the function is important - it is not just tea brewing, but also the creation of a harmonious atmosphere. That's why I avoid sharp angles, which is not difficult when I roll on a wheel, but I do not create edges or corners. Circular, gentle shapes are my idea of ​​balance, unity.