Anna Kasabian, #1174 Cove Waves (wall), Porcelain, 13.5 x 18 inches
Anna Kasabian, #1146 (tabletop), Porcelain, 15 x 10 inches
Anna Kasabian, #1164 Winter Sea (tabletop), Porcelain, 15.5 x 10 inches
Anna Kasabian, #1168 Morning Tide (wall), Porcelain, 8 x 16.5 inches
Hand-Formed Wall and Tabletop Sculptures
Manchester-by-the-Sea—Ceramic artist Anna Kasabian has created several new works. She has expanded her line of signature snow- white porcelain tabletop sculptures to one-of-a-kind, hand-formed wall sculptures.
It was just three years ago that the interior design and architecture writer and author, introduced her line of tableware. Since then her work has been featured in House Beautiful, The Boston Globe, Connecticut Cottages & Gardens and Veranda, among other shelter media and design blogs. The November 2014 Art Issue of Connecticut Cottages and Gardens Magazines featured her work along with just 25 other artists. Editor Ann Loynd characterized the works as celebrating “the highest craftsmanship the industry has to offer.”
A direct extension of her writing about homes that are beautiful, comfortable and authentic, her one-of-a-kind creations bring distinctive art forms to the home.
Each piece is formed in her hand without a wheel and is hand- glazed. Her signature shapes recall the characteristics of flower petals and blooms and ocean waves.
Anna’s 13th design book, “Jennifer Post, Pure Space, Elegant Minimalism”, (Rizzoli International) a monograph of this renowned designer- was named one of the Top 35 Best Design Books in 2012 by House Beautiful Magazine.
Her articles on interior design, architecture, food and cooking have been published in regional and national magazines; she has given talks on these topics in Boston and New York.