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Showing at our Gaios gallery in Paxos, Greece during June:
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Maxime Defer in front of his studio in the country side near Vittel, eastern France. Chris Gullon at the Céramiques 14 ceramic fair in Paris.

Ceramic pots and bowls by Maxime Defer. The subtle earth tones and refined textures are obtained by the addition of cobalt (blue) , iron (red, black, brown) and chrome (green) and the use of the finest possible particles of clay.
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Chris Gullon.The "Shapi" bowls with their sculpted lids. Patinated polished clay.
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Chris Gullon."Cogo" cylindrical boxes with lids. Patinated and smoked, polished clay. "Shogushi" pot. Patinated polished clay.

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  • Paxos etchings by French engraver Emmannuelle Mellot-Kristy from the series
    Paxos. A Reminiscence - Παξών Αναπόληση, 2016

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Portfolio

  • Jorge Rodriguez de Rivera - La touriste, 2016, Collage on photography, 30 x 40 cm.
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