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Cıncık; Potsherd, a broken pieces of ceramic material, especially one found on an archaeological sites.  

Cıncık Collection is the contemporary interpretation of the traditional Ottoman Çini Patterns. Shaped and painted by hand, the objects compose a collection yet each piece is unique and has a certificate of authenticity. 

ceramics, handbuilding, hand painted, high firing (1200 C), gold.
Cıncık; Potsherd, a broken pieces of ceramic material, especially one found on an archaeological sites.  

Cıncık Collection is the contemporary interpretation of the traditional Ottoman Çini Patterns. Shaped and painted by hand, the objects compose a collection yet each piece is unique and has a certificate of authenticity. 

ceramics, handbuilding, hand painted, high firing (1200 C), gold.
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Cıncık Sculpture

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Turkey

Sculpture, Ceramic on Ceramic

Size: 8.7 W x 3 H x 8.7 D in

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Cıncık; Potsherd, a broken pieces of ceramic material, especially one found on an archaeological sites. Cıncık Collection is the contemporary interpretation of the traditional Ottoman Çini Patterns. Shaped and painted by hand, the objects compose a collection yet each piece is unique and has a certificate of authenticity. ceramics, handbuilding, hand painted, high firing (1200 C), gold.

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Sculpture:Ceramic on Ceramic

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:8.7 W x 3 H x 8.7 D in

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the artist lives in istanbul and works in her own art & design studio atelier13. After graduating from Saint Michel French High School, the artist started her education in Istanbul University, Faculty of Literature, French Philology. The artist then continued her education in Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Department of Ceramics and Glass Design, graduating from the department as the valedictorian of her class. She then pursued an academic career and became a graduate student in Marmara University, Fine Arts Institute, Department of Industrial Design. She is an instructor in Bogaziçi University, teaching ceramics between 2005 - 2017 ceramics is a process with unforeseen consequences; the artist, based on this coincidentality, makes a connection with the processes of the society that she lives in, and tells the topics of her work through the properties of the materials. as a result of the geography that the artist lives in, her topics foremost include women, ‘peace interests’ and religious elements. the artist, with ceramics as her main material, works on unit reproduction via mold, choosing the language of installation.

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