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Jane Yang-D'Haene Moon 45
Jane Yang-D'Haene Moon 45
Jane Yang-D'Haene Moon 45
Jane Yang-D'Haene Moon 45
Jane Yang-D'Haene Moon 45

Jane Yang-D'Haene Moon 45

Maker: Jane Yang-D'Haene

Regular price £3,400.00

Handmade in the USA

Dimensions: ⌀ 32cm x H 34cm

Materials: Stoneware slip, multiple layers of glaze 

Method:  Hand built in stoneware 

Care Instructions: Clean with damp cloth or small brush

 

Description:

A breath-taking moon jar handcrafted by artist Jane Yang. The tactile surface on the body of this impressive collection is reflective of Yang’s skilful hand and eye for unique surface patterns. Influenced by her love for Korean Moon Jars, she drew inspiration from Korean heritage, blending it with the now, lending an energetic sense of place and power to their surroundings. The pieces are hand-built in clay and brushed with experimental glazes mix and textured surface, resulting in slight variations with each piece.

Glazed on the exterior and interior, the rounded moon jar is rich with multi-layered tones and textures, with a beautiful irregular edged opening and markings that glide across the surface.

  

About the Artist

D-HAENE STUDIO is a Brooklyn-based ceramic and design studio created by artist Jane Yang - D’Haene. Born and raised in Korea, D’Haene draws inspiration from the minimalist forms of traditional Korean pottery, pulling them into the contemporary conversation by introducing an unexpected vocabulary of colors, textures, and design elements. Each of D’Haene’s pieces speak to her heritage while tapping into the here and now, lending an energetic sense of place and power to their surroundings. 

Previously an architectural design director and children’s fashion designer, D’Haene came to ceramics in a moment of transition, when everything seemed up in the air. Though she did not take to the medium at first, she soon found that the tactile processes of hand-building and wheel-throwing made her feel centered, calm, and inspired. Once she recognized her love of ceramics, she was all in, researching, studying, and exploring.  In a studio at Industry City, she worked relentlessly day and night teaching herself and perfecting her forms and experimenting with finishes and glazes.