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Vibrant color spots, wavy lines, contrasts, textures and subtle tonal transitions. In her newest collection of ceramic vases Pani Jurek uses the language of painting.

The four flat shapes of matching vases may be arranged into various configurations. This collection is focused on combining abstract geometric forms of objects with the organic world of plants to offer endless possibilities and emphasize beauty based in opposition. The name of the collection - BARVA - refers to the theory and reception of colors as a compilation of objective physical properties and a viewer’s subjective feelings. The vases come in a limited color series. The manual process of glazing and engobing provides the opportunity to develop surprising colors and achieve non-obvious tonal transitions. BARVA vases, especially when placed together, look attractive without any plants as independent abstract compositions. The designs may also be mounted on the wall, using designated hangers, to form unique decorative relief.