Mata Ortiz Pottery Trini Silveira Large White Clay Minute Detail Fine Precision Turquoise And Black Geometrics

Mata Ortiz Pottery Trini Silveira Large White Clay Minute Detail Fine Precision Turquoise And Black Geometrics
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Trini Silveira won 1st prize in the category of new and innovative work at the 2017 Concurso, the annual juried art show in Mata Ortiz, Mexico!! It was her first entry in recent history in the annual competition in Mata Ortiz! Trini Silveira is a fine second generation potter from the famous village of Mata Ortiz in Chihuahua, Mexico. Hailing from the Silveira Family of the Porvenir section of the village, she is part of one of the most well-known families of quality potters, and Lila Silveira’s sister. Trini Silveira’s mother is Socorro Sandoval, one of the most respected potters in town, who is especially well known for her skill at hand building magnificent thin walled pots. Trini began her career as a potter making the traditional style that her neighborhood Porvenir is known for. At the young age of only twelve years old, Trini began learning the art of Mata Ortiz pottery by watching her parents. One of the most remarkable aspects of the career of Trini Silveira, in our humble opinion, is that she immigrated with her husband to the United States yet still carries on the beautiful traditions of her family. Even with the long distances traveled between San Diego, California and Mata Ortiz, Mexico, Trini continues to practice her art form in the manner traditional to her village. She returns to Mexico several times a year to bring back hand formed pots, which she then paints with human hair brushes and fires at home in a more modern electric kiln that meets the regulations of her new community. Trini is the only one of the Mata Ortiz artists to have immigrated to the United States, yet still regularly continues to practice and remain faithful to the traditions handed down to her by her parents. Trini Silveira is well known for the simple elegance of her pottery, which she decorates with precisely painted designs. She takes great care to paint her designs with the human hair brush. One of her popular designs is a combination of finely detailed lines that form a geometric pattern of precision. This design actually resulted from a mistake she made while painting a different design. To incorporate the design, she created a geometric pattern. She liked it so much, that she continues to use it to this day. It is her signature piece, and we are amazed by her talent!

Tradition meets modern times This larger size piece is simply spectacular! Trini uses her geometric patterns in such a fresh manner arranged in a bold and modern way. You can really appreciate the precision of Trini's work in this eye catcher! The squares are done to such precision, and they are probably one of the hardest elements of design to paint with long strands of human hair! The turquoise and black geometric patterns are executed with great precision using a paint brush made of long fine strands of human hair. Beautiful, precise and unique!
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Trini Silveira won 1st prize in the category of new and innovative work at the 2017 Concurso, the annual juried art show in Mata Ortiz, Mexico!! It was her first entry in recent history in the annual competition in Mata Ortiz! Trini Silveira is a fine second generation potter from the famous village of Mata Ortiz in Chihuahua, Mexico. Hailing from the Silveira Family of the Porvenir section of the village, she is part of one of the most well-known families of quality potters, and Lila Silveira’s sister. Trini Silveira’s mother is Socorro Sandoval, one of the most respected potters in town, who is especially well known for her skill at hand building magnificent thin walled pots. Trini began her career as a potter making the traditional style that her neighborhood Porvenir is known for. At the young age of only twelve years old, Trini began learning the art of Mata Ortiz pottery by watching her parents. One of the most remarkable aspects of the career of Trini Silveira, in our humble opinion, is that she immigrated with her husband to the United States yet still carries on the beautiful traditions of her family. Even with the long distances traveled between San Diego, California and Mata Ortiz, Mexico, Trini continues to practice her art form in the manner traditional to her village. She returns to Mexico several times a year to bring back hand formed pots, which she then paints with human hair brushes and fires at home in a more modern electric kiln that meets the regulations of her new community. Trini is the only one of the Mata Ortiz artists to have immigrated to the United States, yet still regularly continues to practice and remain faithful to the traditions handed down to her by her parents. Trini Silveira is well known for the simple elegance of her pottery, which she decorates with precisely painted designs. She takes great care to paint her designs with the human hair brush. One of her popular designs is a combination of finely detailed lines that form a geometric pattern of precision. This design actually resulted from a mistake she made while painting a different design. To incorporate the design, she created a geometric pattern. She liked it so much, that she continues to use it to this day. It is her signature piece, and we are amazed by her talent! Tradition meets modern times This larger size piece is simply spectacular! Trini uses her geometric patterns in such a fresh manner arranged in a bold and modern way. You can really appreciate the precision of Trini's work in this eye catcher! The squares are done to such precision, and they are probably one of the hardest elements of design to paint with long strands of human hair! The turquoise and black geometric patterns are executed with great precision using a paint brush made of long fine strands of human hair. Beautiful, precise and unique! Approximate Measurements: 11 3/4" high x 8 1/2" wide x 27" in circumference at it's widest point
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