Vlada A. Dronova
Born and raised in Moscow, Russia. She has graduated from California College of Arts with double bachelor degree in ceramics and printmaking with distinction. Her sculptures were exhibited at the California Conference for the Advancement of Ceramic Arts (CCACA) in Davis, CA, at the American Craft Council Show, Fort Mason Center, San Francisco and at The Oakland Museum of California, USA. Vlada's ceramic works were published in KCRW Design & Architecture and Handful of Salt magazines, and were included in Craft in America Center, Los Angeles, CA. She got Yozo Hamaguchi Award.
Alma mater
Double bachelor degree in Ceramics and Printmaking with distinction from California College of the Arts, 2016
The California College of Art was founded in 1907 and is located in the western part of United States. The college values innovative and creative approach to teaching, cultivating a critical view of Contemporary Art. Iconic alumni such as Robert Arneson and Peter Woolkos, along with teacher and artist Viola Frey, helped to establish ceramics as a field of visual arts for the first time.
Sustainable ceramics
Not only aesthetics, but safety, durability and
Small editions
The production in small quantities allows to avoid write-offs of excess, as well as to minimize usage of electricity
Lead free
The ware is covered with glaze which does not contain lead, cadmium and other substances harmful to health
Comprehensive control
The quality and safety of ware is controlled at all stages of production from the purchase of materials to final firing and delivery
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