Gina Stick: Blue & White Tea Cup in Free Form with Copper Wire, includes box

Description

Gina’s blue and white porcelain tea cups are exquisite and feature Asian porcelain media and Western precious metals. Empowering the user to use the object in everyday life, all pieces are hand painted, hand thrown or hand formed. Each cup includes a box that is not seen in image. All cups will slightly vary in colour, pattern, size and weight.

Material: Porcelain, celadon, underglaze, copper red and wire

Care & Use: Tea cups are food and drink safe. Not microwaveable and hand washing is recommended. Avoid abrasive cleaning on gold detail.

Measurement: D3.25 x H3 inches

Weight: 8.4 oz

SKU: 049008

$370.00

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$333.00

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About The Artist

Gina Stick for Gina Etra Stick Ceramics

Gina is a professional ceramic artist, whose creative and livelihood shifted from architecture to full-time ceramics in 2017. Her works bring a lifetime of diverse design experience into the medium of ceramics. Born in Queens, New York, I grew up in she grew up in Westchester County New York and holds a BA in studio art and an MA, Architecture. Her professional design experience includes graphic, custom jewelry, and architectural design for residential, institutional and commercial projects. Studying ceramics under Walter Ostrom and Joan Bruneau at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, she completed three residencies in Jingdezhen PRC, the renowned porcelain centre of China, under porcelain decorative masters. My work is featured in Ceramics Monthly’s "Gina Stick: Limitless Meanings" by Heidi McKenzie and editorial by Jessica Knapp. Awards include the recent Craft Year 2020 Juror’s Choice Award, and the NSDCC Juror’s Choice Award 2015. Her work is under exhibition at the Mary Black Gallery; pending at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and The Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery; and has been exhibited in Canada and internationally at The Beaverbrook Art Gallery 2019, SOFA Chicago 2018 and 2017; and FORM MIAMI, among others. The work is under acquisition by the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and in private collections including the Gesar Palace Collection, Bhutan. She currently works and resides in Halifax Nova Scotia.

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