Claire Lune

CHIARA DELLA SANTINA

Claire Lune

Capalbio, Italy

“Slow down. Breathe. Create beauty within the space for your own silence.”

Chiara Della Santina is a self-taught, multidisciplinary artist, working primarily in ceramics and abstract painting. She spent her formative years studying and working in Florence, Dublin and London until 2015, when she decided to move back to her hometown in Tuscany, where she works from her home-studio in the countryside.

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Value in the details

Conscious clay crafting

Chiara's approach is slow and conscious. Most of her work is created with traditional techniques, such as pinching, coiling and hand building because these techniques allow her to create with a high level of attention to details. She also likes to use handmade tools that she either sources in nature or handcrafts herself. Although a very ductile material, clay is very strict when it comes to drying and firing times. Chiara accepts the natural rhythm of clay as one of the main factors that concur to the production of a valuable and durable piece of craftsmanship.

5 products
Half Moon espresso cup ceramics Claire Lune Half Moon espresso cup ceramics Claire Lune
Claire LuneHalf Moon espresso cup
Sale priceFrom $61.00 USD
Nomad Luna - Rising moon incense burner ceramics Claire Lune Nomad Luna - Rising moon incense burner ceramics Claire Lune
Nomad Luna - New moon incense burner ceramics Claire Lune Nomad Luna - New moon incense burner ceramics Claire Lune
Nomad Luna - Full moon incense burner ceramics Claire Lune Nomad Luna - Full moon incense burner ceramics Claire Lune
Ritual dish I ceramics Claire Lune Ritual dish I ceramics Claire Lune
Claire LuneRitual dish I
Sale price$202.00 USD

You might wonder...

Yes, I do. in case of special request do reach out to TA-DAAN in chat or via e-mail and we'll let you know if we can meet your needs.

The name Claire Lune is an homage to the archetype of the Full Moon and her ability to clarify, illuminate that which is normally hidden. Unknown. Inaccessible to our conscious mind and that which, in my case, is a primary source of inspiration.

Always make sure to use organic incense or any incense that is non-toxic certified. At the beginning, you may want to try simpler scents, made up of one or two fragrances instead of complex blends that may result over stimulating. Lavender is a great starting choice. Lastly, make sure to burn your incense in a ventilated space and to avoid staying too close to the smoke for prolonged periods of time.

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