Sea-inspired pieces, speaking of light and clarity along the Mediterranean coasts, blue, green and white with silver metallic reflections.
The technique used for firing the pieces is called raku glazes, it is rare and originates from XII century tea ceremonies in Japan.
This technique can be defined as being the product of research, creative and experimental; it attaches great importance to the spontaneity that plays a very important role. Raku requires intuition flowing freely and spontaneously. It involves a complex alchemy where the four elements of the earth are combined. The process gives subtly different textures and the shades of the colours are never the same from one piece to another, which gives each piece a unique quality.