Rachel Baydian no.10

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Rachel Baydian no.10

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This series is a modern take a classic, ancient vessel. The Korean moon jar dates back to the 15th century during Joseon dynasty. Symbolizing purity and austerity, these objects mirror the essence of the moon. Inspired by the shape, utility, and grandeur of this vessel, Rachel Baydian aim to highlight the simplicity of form, while contributing notes of abstract expressionism. The oxide splatters exist to juxtapose this peaceful form with a dynamic laud expression.

Rachel Baydian is a Los Angeles native who received a BA in Studio Art at Azusa Pacific University in 2015. Falling in love with clay while studying at a remote campus in Yosemite in 2012, she has pursued ceramics with devout passion. Her source of inspiration comes from experiences in the outdoors and communing with nature.

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