PAUL SCOTT’S Blue Willow porcelain tree at Guldagergaard in Denmark | completed in 2013 | Paul will be speaking in the USA twice during 2015 at the New York Ceramics and Glass Fair in January and at NCECA in Providence in March. It will be nice to have him back at Project Art working for a couple of weeks on his American Scenery series | #nycgf #nceca2015 #projectart01026 #ferrincontemporary @nceca |thanks @metteblummarcher for this wintry scene ・・・ The #guldagergaard tree dressed in white
Next level of cool: 3D printer for ceramics! Sprays wet slip clay and then you can glaze and fire insane creations!! #guldagergaard #denmark #ceramics (at Guldagergaard - International Ceramic Research Center)
‘The key word at Guldagergaard is our artist-in-residence program. Our residency program offers artists, designers and craftsmen the possibility of working together, thereby increasing artistic development, professional experience and network. The program combines an international atmosphere and wide professional dialogue within a concentrated work period, with the exchange of knowledge and research into materials, techniques and ideas.
At Guldagergaard we welcome designers as well as craftsmen as long the clay is the material involved. We are proud to say that here crafts and design meets, and we have the facilities and the technical staff to help you to archieve new knowledge to complete your artwork’.