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Now at Matcha Source WEHO, Humble Ceramics by Delphine Lippens

September 13, 2012
matcha crema in a ceramic vessel by Humble Ceramics

matcha crema in a ceramic vessel by Humble Ceramics

Delphine Lippens of Austerechic and Humble Ceramics is now offering her one-of-a-kind handmade drinking vessels, cork-topped containers, ceramic trays and elephant skin tulip bowls at Matcha Source in West Hollywood.

In her own words, Delphine describes her inspiration:

ABOUT THE WORK – PHILOSOPHY

The philosophy behind the work is the harmony, balance and beauty of opposites – also known as polarity.NEUTRAL + COLOR
LIGHT + DARK
MAT + SHINY
ROUGHS + SMOOTH
OUTER + INNER
FULL + EMPTY
MATERIAL + VOID
SOLID + DELICATE
EARTH + AIR
VISIBLE + INVISIBLELet the inner beauty and mystery shine through as you take the time to discover each piece. As you see the inner-circle (of the opening) within the outer-circle (of the piece) … you see a representation of the Japanese symbol representing CONSCIOUSNESS.
Sacred bowls and vases … full of prayers and healing intentions for the planet …. to be buried for 150 years … the work of HUMBLE CERAMICS is made with that consciousness – meant to raise the frequency of the environment around it.
HUMBLE CERAMICS since August 25, 2010.
Each piece is fired in a Cone 10 kiln which makes for very unexpected and inconsistent results. Why is that good for you? Because that means each piece you buy is a single piece of art that can not be duplicated … a one of a kind!

The artist reserves the right to change her style and/or philosophy at any time and without notice!

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