Rina Peleg Woven dreams in clay

Earthweb, 2004, Clay and Crackle Glaze

Orange Inscription, Woven Clay, 2007

Rina Peleg, weaves her dreams in clay.  Earth water and fire fuse into architectural forms that unite abstraction with functionality. In her distinctive signature of working with clay coils, she creates sensual forms, imposing yet fragile.

 

Earthweb, 2004, Clay and Crackle Glaze

Orange Inscription, Woven Clay, 2007

African Structure No.1, woven clay

White Cathedral Detail, woven clay, 2007

White Cathedral, woven clay, 2007

African Structure,  woven clay, 2007

White Square, woven clay, 2007

 

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A ceramic artist, Rina Peleg, graduated from Bezalel Art Academy in Jerusalem, lived and worked in New York for 35 years, is now running a ceramic studio in the Arab town Um El Fahem in Israel. Peleg has developed a unique style using coils and extruded shapes to develop work that runs the gamut from functional vessels to large sculptural installations.  She has shown her work in New York, Israel and in international exhibitions.

website: http://www.rinapeleg.com

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