"Vaanaha II" a work by Marek Kotarba, ceramics and porcelain C90


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...When Vaanaha was born, somewhere far away under the stars of the dark desert, no one, not even an old comet drover in an oasis, could have foreseen that a small, fragile figure wrapped in a camel's wool blanket at birth would one day set the tone of a Milanese street. Her name means "Desert Star" in a language that nobody wants to talk about. Some languages are better to be forgotten forever, especially those cursed. Her parents, however, had no choice, the Desert Star shone above their heads and reflected so persistently in the eyes of the newborn that they gave her the name in a cursed tongue. Everything seemed to go on well: a few years' march through the endless sea of sand, a raft with rumbling engines, landing on an Italian beach, arrest and certainty of deportation. Fortunately, in the same cell where the brutal carabinieri had locked her, a man who was used to giving orders sat for a short while. And the stars still shone in her eyes. As in a cheesy "C" movie, when his lawyers arrived a few hours later, he freed her from the barred cell
The next six years was his muse. She quickly learned to impose her will on others, learned the intricacies of Italian phrases, appreciated Dante and Caravaggio's paintings. The nickname "fashion icon" always struck her as plain. She preferred to be called the patron of art. The paradox killed her. Because how else to call a massive frame weighing over 150 kilograms decorating a fairly average painting?...

"Vaanaha II" is a unique, designer, one of a kind, individually made work by Artist Marek Kotarba. The work comes from the limited collection of the "HEAD OFFICE" project. It is made of the highest quality white porcelain.

Similar works were presented at exhibitions abroad and in Poland. They received very positive reviews. Sculptures, paintings, drapes, designs and other works of this artist are in museum collections in the country (eg the National Museum in Warsaw, Nieborów branch) and abroad (eg the International Museum of Ceramics in Faez) and in private collections all over the world.

The nobility of white porcelain, which is the highest form of ceramics, the difficulty in processing it, the craftsmanship and the author's talent make this project a work of art. A charming, sublime and at the same time decorative project worth recommending for home, but also perfect for a Christmas gift, celebration or other occasion. Each artist's product is signed with his personal signature and a certificate of authenticity.

“In contact with Marek Kotarba's works, emotions appear similar to those we feel when looking at" Reliefs "by Henryk Stażewski from the" white paintings "period. There is abstraction, here is realism, but in both cases the main player is light, each time creating a different value for the perception of impeccably white porcelain. It is a very valuable and demanding partner. It works perfectly in Marek's works " – Andrzej Pągowski, graphics artist

Beauty, delicacy and noble, tasteful simplicity characterize the works of this artist and now you can have one of them. This rarity of collector's art is within your reach.

More about the artist https://kotarbadesign.comhttps://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marek_Kotarba

Marek Kotarba - a ceramist, sculptor, painter, draftsman and graphic artist. He lives and works in Warsaw. Student of prof. Ludwika Nitschowa, Franciszek Starowieyski and Wiktor Zin, prof. Antoni Fałat and prof. Barbara Szubińska. A graduate of the European Academy of Arts in Warsaw. He creates in clay with chamotte, stoneware and more recently in porcelain, where he uses white and texture for monochrome representations. He also practices painting and graphics. Creator of the so-called hybrid art consisting in combining painting with a bas-relief, in his case artistic objects with the use of white porcelain - presented under the proprietary name "KOTARBAN".

Collection HEAD OFFICE
Type figurine
Material: porcelain
Author: Marek Kotarba – Kotarba Design
Technique of production: glazed ceramics
Condition: New
Weight (grams): 853
Dimensions (mm): 290 x 120 x 130
Colour: White