Tea pots & bowls

Uniques wood-fired pieces - Grès et porcelaines cuits au bois

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Vessel

White porcelain ware and blue brush line - Porcelaine décorée

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Jars & Sculptures

From earth to fire - Tournées, modelées, texturées

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Pots & "Glückspilz"

Plant pots and hand made porcelain mushrooms sculpturs.


En Allemand, “Glückspilz”

désigne une personne dotée d’une chance extraordinaire.

“Spilz” signifie aussi champignon.

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Théo Michel est un céramiste Français originaire des Alpes et basé à Bruxelles. Il apprit le travail de l’argile sur le tour de potier en 2017, à l'EMA-CNIFOP (France). Puis diversifia son savoir-faire, dans les arts du feu, la cuisson au bois (Anagama, Phénix) ainsi que le travail du métal auprès de plusieurs artistes et céramistes en France, Angleterre et Belgique.
En décembre 2018 il commence une résidence de plusieurs mois à l'Atelier des Tropiques où il y enseigne la céramique et donne des master classes
de tournage.
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Théo Michel is a ceramist from the french Alps, based in Brussels. His exploration of ceramic began in a potter's village in 2017 in France. There, he learned the ancestral art of throwing on the wheel at EMA-CNIFOP and got interested in wood-firing (Anagama, phoenix kilns). His path led him from France to England and Belgium to learn more about fire-arts. In December 2018 he started a residency at Atelier des Tropiques, where he teaches ceramic and gives master classes of wheel-throwing.
Contact
mr.micheltheo@outlook.fr
00 33 6 51 14 40 26

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