Handcrafted Ceramic Spheres Decorative Artwork Hand Built Pottery Launched

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Experienced ceramic artist David Andersen launched a new collection of handcrafted ceramic spheres featuring unique designs and ideal as both standalone decorations or light features.

David Andersen, an artist and ceramicist specializing in handcrafted ceramic spheres, launched his collection of high-quality custom ceramic art. His hand-built spheres are created using a proprietary technique which takes hundreds of hours of work, and range in designs from inspirational to abstract and other styles.

More details can be found at https://andersenbuilt.com.

In his newly launched collection David uses a 16-step process to create high-quality ceramic spheres with a variety of unique designs. The process begins with a detailed drawing on spherical pre-gridded paper or on an actual sphere template, and continues with molding two pieces of clay into a sphere, as well as compressing and shaping the sphere.

David then carefully carves the sphere to achieve the desired design, a step which may take up to 140 hours to complete.

Finally, once the carving has been completed, David fires the pieces then glazes them to create the desired color combination, a process which may take another 120 to 160 hours to complete.

David’s newly updated collection includes three spheres in his Signature series, ranging in price from $3,800 to $4,800. They can be used as standalone decorative pieces, or as light features both static and on a turntable.

With the latest announcement, David Andersen continues to create unique ceramic art inspired by his passion for the perfection of the sphere.

A skilled bricklayer for more than 34 years, David has transitioned to becoming a full time ceramic artist in 2004. Though he has incorporated a series of masonry techniques into his ceramic art, he focuses exclusively on creating handcrafted ceramic spheres.

Commenting on the popular “Jack of all trades, master of none” statement, David said: “I have been one to focus on the concept of being a master. My focus is simply on hand building spheres, to the extent that my connection to such reaches a level of intimacy. Often when I do Art shows other ceramic artists imply that my spheres are slip-cast, I inquire as to why they think this is so, they reply because they are so exacting. I find this very flattering in that none of my work is slip-cast nor could I execute this exactness by using that process.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

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Name: David Andersen
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Organization: David Andersen Andersen Built Ceramics P.O. Box 8368 Mesa, AZ 85214 (480)208-3440 Call or Text https://andersenbuilt.com/
Address: P.O. Box 8368, Mesa , AZ 85214, United States
Phone: +1-480-208-3440
Website: https://andersenbuilt.com

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