Finn's ceramics stand firm in simple, monumental forms, which are burned at approx. 1300 degrees. The surface plays a significant role; it is often created by slipping, which is coloured clay, filled on the object in many layers. It results in a vibrant surface, full of shades you can keep exploring.
The ceramist works in parallel with the salt glazing technique. He built the special oven that the process requires himself: Salt is injected into the oven when it is barely 1300 degrees warm, whereby salt and clay form part of a chemical compound which produces a stable, orange-peel-like glaze.
Finn creates both unique ceramics and items for everyday use, e.g., in collaboration with restaurant Noma and Copenhagen City Hall.
Visit Finn Dam Rasmussen in his beautiful workshop and exhibition in Tisvildeleje. Read more about the ceramic artist Finn Dam Rasmussen.
11:00 - 18:00