As I work, I consider form, size, weight and color to suit the function I'm aiming for, all in relation to the human body and the domestic space. I also welcome chance and spontaneity and the freshness they bring with them.
The photos below are from Phylis Glazer's No Gluten, No Sugar cookbook. photos by Anatoly Michaello, styling by Maya Livnat Harush ,
These three below are food stylings by Maya Livnat-Harush, chef Orel Harush and photographer Haim Yossef .
These three below are photos by Boaz Lavi, styling by Maya Livnat-Harush and food by chef Orel Kimchi for Derech Ha'ochel food magazine.
My building technique with slabs reflects my attraction to architecture and architectural elements and sensibilities; in maintaining the softness and sensuality of clay, I rely on using patterning and sewing techniques from my past experience in costume design.
Bowls and Plates
The plain facts: I use stoneware and mid-range porcelain, build most of my work from slabs and occasionally coils. I use slips and glazes and then fire to 1240c in an electric kiln.