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Mária Kovalčíková: White dreams in the ceramics of Bernardína Lunterová

B. Lunterová: Country, 1998Bernardína Lunterová (1945) from the beginning of her artistic implementations (after graduating from the Secondary School of Utilitarian Design in Bratislava) enforced a subjective world of creative fantasy connected with exploring natural elements and internal relationship to poetry. All her ceramic work features two creative dimensions, mutually corresponding and influencing each other - utilitarian ceramics and free sculpture creativity. She explores new modelling possibilities by placing and connecting lined clay sheets. In the newer utilitarian creation (80's and 90's) these vanished totally, because the basic shape "torn" away from a piece of porcelain mass and slightly remodelled has become dominant. Lunterová's products of the current creative period are circles and squares connected from large sheets of white porcelain clay

 


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