dubhe carreño | bowl set

Dubhe Carreño’s tableware is designed and handcrafted to offer perfectly simple forms inspired by a minimalist aesthetic and by the colors and textures found in nature. Forms are intentionally irregular highlighting the presence of the artist’s hand, which honors the clay’s voice as an active participant and collaborator in the process of creating each individual form.

The Venezuelan-born Carreño creates all of her pieces in the suburbs of Chicago. She has taught at School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Northeastern University. Up until 2012 she owned the Dubhe Carreño Gallery in Chicago with the primary goal of creating a platform dedicated to contemporary ceramics that illustrated the diversity of concepts being explored by many contemporary artists.

Dimensions | 8.5”w x 7.5”d x 2.5”h (large)

Material | Glaze, Fired Ceramics

Product Type | One-of-a-Kind

Lead Time | Available To Ship

Dubhe Carreño Bowl Set $155 set

 

dubhe carreño | Espresso Cup/Saucer

Dubhe Carreño’s tableware is designed and handcrafted to offer perfectly simple forms inspired by a minimalist aesthetic and by the colors and textures found in nature. Forms are intentionally irregular highlighting the presence of the artist’s hand, which honors the clay’s voice as an active participant and collaborator in the process of creating each individual form.

The Venezuelan-born Carreño creates all of her pieces in the suburbs of Chicago. She has taught at School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Northeastern University. Up until 2012 she owned the Dubhe Carreño Gallery in Chicago with the primary goal of creating a platform dedicated to contemporary ceramics that illustrated the diversity of concepts being explored by many contemporary artists.

Dimensions | 6.5”dia x 2.5”h 

Material | Glaze, Fired Ceramics

Product Type | One-of-a-Kind

Lead Time | Available To Ship

Dubhe Carreño Espresso Cup $70 each

 

dubhe carreño | Dinner Plate

Dubhe Carreño’s tableware is designed and handcrafted to offer perfectly simple forms inspired by a minimalist aesthetic and by the colors and textures found in nature. Forms are intentionally irregular highlighting the presence of the artist’s hand, which honors the clay’s voice as an active participant and collaborator in the process of creating each individual form.

The Venezuelan-born Carreño creates all of her pieces in the suburbs of Chicago. She has taught at School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Northeastern University. Up until 2012 she owned the Dubhe Carreño Gallery in Chicago with the primary goal of creating a platform dedicated to contemporary ceramics that illustrated the diversity of concepts being explored by many contemporary artists.

Dimensions | 11”dia 

Material | Glaze, Fired Ceramics

Product Type | One-of-a-Kind

Lead Time | Available To Ship

Dubhe Carreño Dinner Plate $80

 

dubhe carreño | Salad Plate set

Dubhe Carreño’s tableware is designed and handcrafted to offer perfectly simple forms inspired by a minimalist aesthetic and by the colors and textures found in nature. Forms are intentionally irregular highlighting the presence of the artist’s hand, which honors the clay’s voice as an active participant and collaborator in the process of creating each individual form.

The Venezuelan-born Carreño creates all of her pieces in the suburbs of Chicago. She has taught at School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Northeastern University. Up until 2012 she owned the Dubhe Carreño Gallery in Chicago with the primary goal of creating a platform dedicated to contemporary ceramics that illustrated the diversity of concepts being explored by many contemporary artists.

Dimensions | 10”dia 

Material | Glaze, Fired Ceramics

Product Type | One-of-a-Kind

Lead Time | Available To Ship

Dubhe Carreño Salad Plate $50 each

 

dubhe carreño | Dessert PLATE

Dubhe Carreño’s tableware is designed and handcrafted to offer perfectly simple forms inspired by a minimalist aesthetic and by the colors and textures found in nature. Forms are intentionally irregular highlighting the presence of the artist’s hand, which honors the clay’s voice as an active participant and collaborator in the process of creating each individual form.

The Venezuelan-born Carreño creates all of her pieces in the suburbs of Chicago. She has taught at School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Northeastern University. Up until 2012 she owned the Dubhe Carreño Gallery in Chicago with the primary goal of creating a platform dedicated to contemporary ceramics that illustrated the diversity of concepts being explored by many contemporary artists.

Dimensions | 8”dia

Material | Glaze, Fired Ceramics

Product Type | One-of-a-Kind

Lead Time | Available To Ship

Dubhe Carreño Dessert Plate $35 each

 

dubhe carreño | Petit serve

Dubhe Carreño’s tableware is designed and handcrafted to offer perfectly simple forms inspired by a minimalist aesthetic and by the colors and textures found in nature. Forms are intentionally irregular highlighting the presence of the artist’s hand, which honors the clay’s voice as an active participant and collaborator in the process of creating each individual form.

The Venezuelan-born Carreño creates all of her pieces in the suburbs of Chicago. She has taught at School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Northeastern University. Up until 2012 she owned the Dubhe Carreño Gallery in Chicago with the primary goal of creating a platform dedicated to contemporary ceramics that illustrated the diversity of concepts being explored by many contemporary artists.

Dimensions | 3”dia x 1.5”h (1) / 5.5"w x 5"d (2)

Material | Glaze, Fired Ceramics

Product Type | One-of-a-Kind

Lead Time | Available To Ship

Dubhe Carreño Petit Serve $50 (1) / $50 (2)

 

 

dubhe carreño | Small bowl

Dubhe Carreño’s tableware is designed and handcrafted to offer perfectly simple forms inspired by a minimalist aesthetic and by the colors and textures found in nature. Forms are intentionally irregular highlighting the presence of the artist’s hand, which honors the clay’s voice as an active participant and collaborator in the process of creating each individual form.

The Venezuelan-born Carreño creates all of her pieces in the suburbs of Chicago. She has taught at School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Northeastern University. Up until 2012 she owned the Dubhe Carreño Gallery in Chicago with the primary goal of creating a platform dedicated to contemporary ceramics that illustrated the diversity of concepts being explored by many contemporary artists.

Dimensions | 6.5”dia x 2.5”h 

Material | Glaze, Fired Ceramics

Product Type | One-of-a-Kind

Lead Time | Available To Ship

Dubhe Carreño Small Bowl $70 each

 

dubhe carreño | Serving Plate

Dubhe Carreño’s tableware is designed and handcrafted to offer perfectly simple forms inspired by a minimalist aesthetic and by the colors and textures found in nature. Forms are intentionally irregular highlighting the presence of the artist’s hand, which honors the clay’s voice as an active participant and collaborator in the process of creating each individual form.

The Venezuelan-born Carreño creates all of her pieces in the suburbs of Chicago. She has taught at School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Northeastern University. Up until 2012 she owned the Dubhe Carreño Gallery in Chicago with the primary goal of creating a platform dedicated to contemporary ceramics that illustrated the diversity of concepts being explored by many contemporary artists.

Dimensions | 10.5”w x 10.5”d 

Material | Glaze, Fired Ceramics

Product Type | One-of-a-Kind

Lead Time | Available To Ship

Dubhe Carreño Serving Plate $80

 

david t. kim | DTK x Studio 6f Dinnerware

Before David T. Kim is a potter, ceramicist, or designer, he is an student of the process. His artistic foundation is the literal translation of "hands-on" - with the advancement of skill through continually making and mastering process. Kim uses clay as an output because it is a malleable material where forms and ideas can easily convert in a three dimensional plane. He uses multiple techniques to create his work. His sculptural work is raw and formative and his functional pieces pieces are high-end restaurants as the stage for master chefs.

DTK Ceramics has collaborated with Studio 6F to create an exclusive glaze and dinnerware collection. David T. Kim started with the premise that flatware should be as comforting as the food, the pieces are sturdy and have formed ridges perfectly suited for gripping and engaging with. The cups and bowls are based on a yunomi (Japanese: 湯のみ) - a form of teacup, typically made from a ceramic material, being taller than wide, with a trimmed or turned foot. Unlike the more formal chawan tea bowl which is used during the Japanese tea ceremony, the yunomi is made for daily (or informal) tea drinking.

Dimensions | 8”w x 5”d x 14”h / 3”w x 5”d 11”h

Material | Glaze, Fired Ceramics

Product Type | One-of-a-Kind

Lead Time | Available To Ship

DTK Couple Vases  $300 / 4 piece place setting