rural ceramics workshop


this idea is very close to me, but a bit unsurpassed in today’s rapidly changing world. I believe that the space that surrounds us is important and affects the pace of life. I consciously chose to be close to nature at work and in my private life. The BOO-KA-BOO studio is located in a Pomeranian farm from the end of the 19th century, surrounded by trees and fields. Every day I observe the changing nature. Today I am enjoying spring. Every day I greet the crocuses coming out of the grass, admire the singing of wild geese returning home and hang the laundry on a rope stretched between the apple trees. I draw strength and peace from the rays of the sun, a breeze of wind and omnipresent life. In this corner, I practice mindfulness, which is essential in the process of creating ceramics.

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