Small bowl. Vered Otmy is a multi-talented artist, specializing in the art of Papier-mâché. The one-of-a-kind works are hand-made of recycled paper, plastic and wood, painted with acrylic colors and varnish, and coated with a lot of love. These small bowls are not only functional, but beautiful as well, incorporating influences from both the far east and the mideast. Significantly, the forms for her bowls are made for Vered in a workshop that she leads for disabled and mentally ill adults; Vered believes that working with papier-mâché offers them creativity and freedom of expression.
These bowls share the same color tones. All are exquisitely detailed, sporting pomegranates, flowers, paisley, and raised, painted designs. We will choose one for you.
Materials: Papier-mâché and enamel
Size: 5 7/8″ diam x 1 1/2″ deep
Meet the Artist: Vered Otmy
Vered Otmy is a unique, multi-talented Israeli artist, specializing in the art of Papier-mâché. She has adopted it as her artistic language, mastered the technique and taken it beyond traditional limits. Vered's vivid character, coupled with her vast curiosity and inner sense of joy, guides her exploration of ideas and design. Her works are rich and colorful, joyful and amusing.Learn More