Burlap Luxe Home Designs
My New Typography Sign Pottery
Artisan Created By Dore (Me) Burlap Luxe.
41" x 13" 1/2
All salvaged woods 100 plus years.
Inspired to created this sign after spending time in the studio of clay.
Studio of art on the desert of Southern California.
"The Burning House"
I love when pieces call out to me to create. This hinge is original to the antique window
that became part of the letter "T" I love the salvage it adds.
I use salvage pieces that call out to be used.
Old table tops for the base covered with vintage and weathered barn woods washed in
tree bark beige's and French greys.
Embracing the imperfection.
I add fragments of vintage to complete the letters, adding all the right kind of rightness.
Pottery, earth and fire glazed in touchable beauty.
Everyday objects bring a natural style to living in harmony with ideas that inspire.
I have been creating the essence of beautifully well lived pottery as the French say,
"Perfect Imperfection" seem to capture the essence of the French approach to
creating with the underscore of confidence in French, never throwing out
a piece of use.
Mixing my artful pottery with the old of pieces collected and gathered.
Nothing is served in anything that distract from the colour of food.
Countless chefs and food experts refuse to serve food on anything other than the plainest white.
Porcelain and faience (stoneware and earthenware)
glazed in every shade of white to creams.
Uneven, raw texture and the absence of smooth edges add to the reason I am creating
in clays giving reason and the impression that these pieces have been unearthed
from an old French country chateau, known as roadside pottery.
Simple imperfections of art clay speak to me!
The charm in creating imperfect pieces become very perfect for me.
Adding rustic French to my rural kitchen.
Rows of pottery useful, beautiful, loved and used.
Setting the table unpretentious, restrained elegance with French pottery as
Soon you will find hand thrown pottery in my etsy.
My home cabinets will be filled.
Rustic pieces nudge me to create in reclaimed beauty, adding a
backdrop to how I create art for all reasons.
I purposefully age, damage and abuse my pieces to achieve the love of
all things French. Using salvaged pieces tug at my French soul, rooting
myself in living with age.
All my pieces had a different life before they reached my hands, where then I
took each piece and finished them in clay like patinas not allowing one
piece over the other, to compete with each other.
"Nothing is interesting unless it becomes personal."
In Plain View
Washed and given a weathered worn finish as if acquired over years inspire,
plain and simple as that.
Home is where the art is.
Good and pure art heals the home...The most important and theatrical place
to entertain my pottery is the French kitchen where guests and family
enjoy something good on my pottery.
All my home pieces painted by me, adding a calculated austerity and
feeling of timelessness.
The POTTERY sign will be hung over a bank of cabinets.
Pottery signs will be added to my etsy in time, along with
Working on custom orders.