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Linda Ķivule

Linda Ķivule Porcelain maker
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Latvian, English, German, Russian
Hours:
By appointment only
Phone:
+371 28218701
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Porcelain that seems to be alive.

  • • Graduated from the Art Academy of Latvia.
  • • Works with porcelain casting, stone mass and clay.
  • • Her work is her hobby at the same time.

Linda Ķivule represents the young generation of Latvian ceramists. She already gained public notice during her second year of the studies at the Art Academy of Latvia. It was her delicate and clever plates, reminding striped and checked papers from notebooks that caught the public's attention. Since this time in 2017, she has graduated from the Academy, opened her own workshop, and plans to start her Master studies this year. Her creations in porcelain truly seem to be alive - so airy, so refined and real. The bite on the edge of the bowl really looks as if some animal or a person took a nibble. And the “paper” plates have wrinkled a bit, and often have a little reminder written on them.

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Works

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Photo: © Linda Ķivule
Storage containers

This set of stoneware flower pots was made in naked raku firing technique. Each pot was given a different height and a lovely little handle for a more playful character. The naked raku technique is highly unpredictable which makes each piece’s pattern a surprise. Linda came with the idea of these pots when she realized her idoor plants needed a more attractive surrounding.

Height 20 cm
Diameter 7 cm
Height 13 cm
Diameter 16 cm

Linda Ķivule Porcelain maker
Photo: © Linda Ķivule
Tea set ‘’Ferrero’’

This light and sparkly porcelain tea set was inspired by Linda’s constant need for sweets and candy. The set contains a tea pot, sugar bowl, tea cup, small tea cup and a small serving plate. They were made from light and translucent porcelain and adorned with a gold plated piece of porcelain candy on top.

Height 6 cm
Diameter 5.57 cm
Height 22 cm
Diameter 14 cm

Linda Ķivule Porcelain maker
Photo: © Linda Ķivule
Flower pots

This set of stoneware flower pots was made in naked raku firing technique. Each pot was given a different height and a lovely little handle for a more playful character. The naked raku technique is highly unpredictable which makes each piece’s pattern a surprise. Linda came with the idea of these pots when she realized her idoor plants needed a more attractive surrounding.

Height 20 cm
Diameter 8 cm
Height 16 cm
Diameter 15 cm
Height 17 cm
Diameter 10 cm

Linda Ķivule Porcelain maker

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