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Ceramic sculpture by Selma Calheira - Apple

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Selma's fruit objects are playful yet sophisticated and handmade from organic clay and natural pigments. Each design is available in multiple colors and sizes. Small differences in color and size may... More

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Selma's fruit objects are playful yet sophisticated and handmade from organic clay and natural pigments. Each design is available in multiple colors and sizes. Small differences in color and size may occur and are inherent to the handcrafted manufacturing process.

Size options:
Sculpture D 58 x H 56 cm
Super Extra D 40 x H 34 cm
Extra D 28 x H 26 cm
Large D 20 x H 18 cm
Medium+ D 11 x H 10.5 cm

Cores da Terra stands for Colors of the Earth. The ceramics are all made by hand using natural pigments and each piece is unique. But the social aspect is also very important; The studio is known for developing and training local artisans, contributing to the economic and cultural development of one of Brazil's poorest areas. Selma Abdon Calheira was born in 1958 in Ibirataia, Brazil. Today she runs the Studio Cores da Terra and provides people with humble origins who have been patiently trained and professionalized to become highly qualified ceramists. The studio's name was coined by Selma due to her lifelong interest in clay and the experimental use of natural pigments.

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Selma's fruit objects are playful yet sophisticated and hand made of organic clay and natural pigments. Each design is available in several colors and sizes. Small color and size differences may occur and are inherent to the artisanal manufacturing method.

Size options:
Sculpture D 58 x H 56 cm
Super Extra D 40 x H 34 cm
Extra D 28 x H 26 cm
Large D 20 x H 18 cm
Medium+ D 11 x H 10.5 cm

Cores da Terra stands for Colors of the Earth. The ceramics are all handmade by using natural pigments and every piece is unique. But the social aspect is also very important; the studio has become well-known for developing and educating local artisans and contributes to the economic and cultural development of one of the poorest areas of Brazil. Selma Abdon Calheira was born in 1958 in Ibirataia, Brazil. Today she manages the Cores da Terra studio, providing jobs to people from humble origins who were patiently educated and professionalized as highly qualified ceramists. The name of the studio was coined by Selma because of her lifelong interest in clay and the experimental use of natural pigments.

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