GEWECKE, ceramist and fiber artist
Ann makes unique obects in stoneware, but also beleives
that it is interesting to combine clay with other material. Therefore she sometimes
introduces the stoneware to metal and wool, which results in interesting contrasts between
the hard and the soft, the diffuse and thin, and the compact and solid. Ann finds
inspiration in nature from it forms, formations, colours, and materials. A trip to
Iceland, for example, resulted in a series of bowls with mottled glaze and edges of wool.
Ann also makes textiles, such as curtains, draperies and tapestries.
Colour is very important to Ann and her textiles are
full of bright and warm colours.