The details that escape

The details that escape

The details that escape attract my attention. I remember with some clarity that the best moments spent around a table were characterized by some detail that subtracted lunch,  or dinner, for me quite boring as a thing in itself, from…

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Summer Tables

Summer Tables

Summer has arrived, you can feel it in the air, although this year it has appeared more silently and shyly than usual. After the lock down, we resumed our habits, but not completely, with some tricks. In this climate somewhat…

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Change or transformation?

Change or transformation?

In this period of lockdown inevitably our habits have partly changed. We are dealing with a pandemic, something that we can safely say not happens every day. This situation of isolation is leading us to establish social contacts through video…

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Red clay

Red clay

Because sometimes it’s really nice to fall in love with the light that in the morning gathers a bowl and to be enchanted. This rough red clay is another impossible undertaking of mine. I love challenging the limits of the…

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Clay is the new yoga

Clay is the new yoga

Ceramics is now the new yoga. It is not surprising, in fact, it is an activity that embodies very Zen aspects. To work the clay one must be in harmony with the laws of nature and the Cosmos. That is,…

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