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Rut Bryk; Glazed Ceramic Candle Holder for Arabia, 1960s.

Rut Bryk; Glazed Ceramic Candle Holder for Arabia, 1960s.

Rut Bryk; Glazed Ceramic Figure, 1950s.

Rut Bryk; Glazed Ceramic Figure, 1950s.

A Rut Bryk stoneware plaque, Arabia, Finland.

A Rut Bryk stoneware plaque, Arabia, Finland.

Ceramics exhibition at the Helsinki Design Museum. Rut Bryk became one of the reformers of modern ceramic art and design in Finland. Her works of the 1940s and 1950s are naivistically colourful and painterly bowls, platters and ceramic tiles, often with animal or plant motifs and religious themes and also everyday matters. In the 1960s, Bryk began to make architectonic, mosaic-like works with tiles, in brownish or extremely light tones.

Ceramics exhibition at the Helsinki Design Museum. Rut Bryk became one of the reformers of modern ceramic art and design in Finland. Her works of the 1940s and 1950s are naivistically colourful and painterly bowls, platters and ceramic tiles, often with animal or plant motifs and religious themes and also everyday matters. In the 1960s, Bryk began to make architectonic, mosaic-like works with tiles, in brownish or extremely light tones.

Rut Bryk; Glazed Ceramic Wall Relief for Arabia, 1950s.

Rut Bryk; Glazed Ceramic Wall Relief for Arabia, 1950s.

Rut Bryk; Glazed Ceramic Wall Relief for Arabia, 1950s.

Rut Bryk; Glazed Ceramic Wall Relief for Arabia, 1950s.

Rut Bryk, Leijona,1957 Rut Bryk graduated as a graphic designer from the School of Arts and Crafts in Helsinki in 1939, and started at Arabia in 1942. She was almost a stranger to ceramics when she started experimenting with the raw material that was later to bring her world renown. Her early decorative wall plaques show a magic world of imaginative flowers and fairies dancing in the woods. The colouring is luminous and light. Her faience plaques have a strange and strong glow.

Rut Bryk, Leijona,1957 Rut Bryk graduated as a graphic designer from the School of Arts and Crafts in Helsinki in 1939, and started at Arabia in 1942. She was almost a stranger to ceramics when she started experimenting with the raw material that was later to bring her world renown. Her early decorative wall plaques show a magic world of imaginative flowers and fairies dancing in the woods. The colouring is luminous and light. Her faience plaques have a strange and strong glow.

Rut Bryk - Angel. || Rut Bryk (16 October 1916 - 14 November 1999) is an artist who is primarily known for her ceramic art works. || http://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rut_Bryk

Rut Bryk - Angel. || Rut Bryk (16 October 1916 - 14 November 1999) is an artist who is primarily known for her ceramic art works. || http://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rut_Bryk

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Rut Bryk stoneware plaque by Arabia (Finland)

Rut Bryk stoneware plaque by Arabia (Finland)


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