Halka Vases

Sculptures by Mesut Ozturk seen at RESTAURANT OURSIN, Paris - Halka Vases
Sculptures by Mesut Ozturk seen at RESTAURANT OURSIN, Paris - Halka VasesSculptures by Mesut Ozturk seen at RESTAURANT OURSIN, Paris - Halka VasesSculptures by Mesut Ozturk seen at RESTAURANT OURSIN, Paris - Halka Vases
Image credit: Close up photo is taken by Nilay Eren.
Halka Vases collection is an ongoing project that I produce with coiling method which makes every object imperfect unique. The main inspiration behind them is ancient Anatolian pottery that I’ve seen in both various archaelogical museums in small towns of Anatolia and the well-known museums in Istanbul, Berlin, London. I am trying to abstract the expressive ancient forms I was fascinated with to create a progressing design language. The color palette is reflecting me: colorful but faded, a calm soul trying to stay calm in a chaotic world. Five pieces from Halka Vases collection are bought by Jacquemus at 1000 Vases exhibiton on September 2019. Now 4 of them are visible at Restaurant Oursin along with the other designers' vases.

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