Kati Va'Mos (Vamos)

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Post by slopingsteve January 26th 2015, 6:18 pm

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Picked up at the boot sale at the weekend. For a heart stopping moment, as my arm stretched out towards it, I thought "Strewth, Gabriele Koch, here at my boot sale!"
Strewth turned out to be by a now deceased lady called Kati Va'Mos who worked down in the south-west, although was originally from Budapest.
It is a beautifully crafted pot, unglazed but burnished to a high sheen and fired and smoked. Inspired by Pueblo Indian work apparently. Nicely done Kati..............
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Post by Guest January 26th 2015, 9:25 pm

I like that Steve, lovely find : )

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Post by NaomiM January 26th 2015, 9:31 pm

It's a beautiful shape. Excellent

Via Westcountry Art, 2011:

Kati was born and lived until her early twenties in Budapest, Hungary, before moving to England in 1965.
About 20 years ago her dream of eventually becoming a professional ceramicist came true.
She studied at the Universities of Tulane and Santa Barbara, USA. While in America Kati studied many examples of Pueblo Indian pottery. This became a fundamental inspiration for her own work.
[Now based in Devon.]

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