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Functional Pottery

The functional collection is part of a select group of pieces made to be used and enjoyed with family and friends. Each piece is inspired by another work of art that are meant to be shared and create conversation.

Keep Eating Your Own Tail

Keep Eating Your Own Tail

This tropical snake-predator was made thinking about medieval monsters that lived under the sea. In Colombian slang, this expression is a metaphor that roughly translates to "don't ruin yourself."

Keep Eating Your Own Tail was inspired by German-Colombian artist Leopoldo Richter.

Keep Eating Your Own Tail was inspired by German-Colombian artist Leopoldo Richter.

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Fish in a Tank

Fish in a Tank

Also inspired by Richter, this commissioned piece was made into a mural and embroidery for a fashion design as well.

Medieval Dragon

Medieval Dragon

Dragons are a product of imagination throughout history. I chase their images everywhere: medieval and renaissance books, Asian images, even comic books. This creature represents the strength and boldness I aim to posses.

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Colombian Remembrance

Colombian Remembrance

Inspired in pre-Columbian pottery, specifically from the natives that used to live in the region of Colombia.

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Portrait Bowl

Portrait Bowl

Inspired in the European expressionism of the 20th century. Egon Schiele, Kate Kollwitz, and Francis Bacon, are among the most important references in my career.

Late Medieval Unicorn

Late Medieval Unicorn

Inspired by the book "De Historia et Veritate Unicornis" published in 1983 by Michael Green.

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