Clarina Ceramics

CLARA GUTIÉRREZ
Madrid, Spain


Clarina is an art historian who, after working for several years in galleries, decided to sign up for ceramics classes to give it a try. Five years later, and after training as a ceramist, she works in her studio in the centre of Madrid, where she designs and creates minimalist pieces with a strong artistic influence. Blue, geometry and a functional but playful design are the main lines of her work.





“ My aim is to create pieces that add value to our daily lives and make it more beautiful. I like to think that each one of them is a small celebration of everyday life. ”

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  • Kandinsky cup - Set

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  • Olla Festival irrigator

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  • DESIGN GOES THROUGH DRAWING


    When designing her pieces, Clara focuses on finding a balance between aesthetics and functionality. She likes to play with repetition, to take an idea and try to decline it, to explore all the options it offers. The beginning of her creative process always starts in my sketchbook.



  • POTTER'S WHEEL



    Clara almost always works on the potter's wheel. She really enjoys the meditative process of this kind of work. Feeling the clay in her hands is a sensation that captivated her from the very beginning. And this technique allows Clara to achieve a smooth and beautiful finish, which is very important to her.

  • THE IMPORTANCE OF COLOUR



    For Clara, colour and shape go hand in hand; that is why it is so important to her to have a personal colour palette. To achieve this, she makes her own glazes and tries to understand the ceramic process as much as possible. When Clara opens the kiln, there are always surprises, but that is the beauty that makes this craft unique, right?