Large porcelain rectangular platter by Thomais Kontou with red leaves motif.
This handmade porcelain platter can find many decorative and functional uses for your home and table. Perfectly crafted and hand-painted by a true master porcelain ceramicist, it is glazed and fired to sustain everyday use. Just make sure to hand wash it, or just wipe it clean with a wet cloth.
Not recommended for microwave use.
Measurements: 33,5 x 17 x 3 cm.
Large Porcelain Rectangular Platter with Red Leaves Motif
Thomais Kontou has been professionally engaged in pottery since 1975, almost exclusively working with porcelain since 1988.
Having graduated from the Doxiades School of Graphic Arts and Design, she attended the workshop of Stelios Laskaris and afterwards studied pottery (David Woodcock), chemistry (Menander Papadopoulos), Raku (Menander Papadopoulos, Kostas Tarkasis) and porcelain (David Leach). In addition, she completed a two - year seminar on Art History by Pandelis Tzavalos. Her journeys through France, Italy, Russia, Egypt, Denmark, Sweden and Turkey have all provided artistic stimuli and affected her work in various ways.
She is a member of the Greek Chamber of Arts and Crafts, the Association of the Mesogaea Visual Artists, as well as a founding member of the Panhellenic Union of Artistic Ceramists. She also served in the Board of Critics for the 50th Panhellenic Show of Ceramics awards.
She has displayed her works in a solo exhibition at the 'EMEIS' Gallery in Tsakalof St. and participated in numerous gro