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Kloo - Kruffle Vessel by Carrie Helmkamp

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Kloo - Kruffle Vessel by Carrie Helmkamp

72.00

Kloo - Kruffle Vessel by Carrie Helmkamp

 

THE STORY: 

Meet “KLOO” one of the latest of Carrie Helmkamp’s monster pottery lines. These wonderful pieces are really so full of character that they speak for themselves. Adopt a monster today!

*this item is available on line only, similar items can be found in our gallery show room:

Charleston Crafts Gallery

161 Church Street

Charleston, SC 29401

 

THE SIZE:

6" x 6” x 4"

THE ARTIST:

Carrie Helmkamp - Charleston, SC

Through layered textural effects and pops of color, Carrie’s hand-built, and sometimes wheelthrown and altered ceramic sculptures invite you to explore her quirky and whimsical world. The study of faces and portraits has led Carrie to the development of Kruffles, a line of monster pottery and figures that she creates to identify with the world around her. The textures, along with layers of oxide stains and glazes, give her sculpture a crude, yet playful expression.

Carrie has been involved in the art world, helping with exhibition design and installation in museums, galleries and private homes for many years. Making Kruffles is a fun and rewarding experience that helps her escape from life and not take it too seriously.

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Kloo - Kruffle Vessel by Carrie Helmkamp

 

THE STORY: 

Meet “KLOO” one of the latest of Carrie Helmkamp’s monster pottery lines. These wonderful pieces are really so full of character that they speak for themselves. Adopt a monster today!

*this item is available on line only, similar items can be found in our gallery show room:

Charleston Crafts Gallery

161 Church Street

Charleston, SC 29401

 

THE SIZE:

6" x 6” x 4"

THE ARTIST:

Carrie Helmkamp - Charleston, SC

Through layered textural effects and pops of color, Carrie’s hand-built, and sometimes wheelthrown and altered ceramic sculptures invite you to explore her quirky and whimsical world. The study of faces and portraits has led Carrie to the development of Kruffles, a line of monster pottery and figures that she creates to identify with the world around her. The textures, along with layers of oxide stains and glazes, give her sculpture a crude, yet playful expression.

Carrie has been involved in the art world, helping with exhibition design and installation in museums, galleries and private homes for many years. Making Kruffles is a fun and rewarding experience that helps her escape from life and not take it too seriously.