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POOLBEG Coffee Mug
POOLBEG Coffee Mug
POOLBEG Coffee Mug
POOLBEG Coffee Mug
POOLBEG Coffee Mug
POOLBEG Coffee Mug
POOLBEG Coffee Mug

POOLBEG Coffee Mug

Regular price €35.00

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karoArt *** the clay fable

karoArt is a small ceramic studio based in Dublin, Ireland , established in 2010.

Karo works with a selection of porcelain and stoneware clays to produce both functional and decorative pieces of ceramics. Her work is defined by basic forms that function as canvases for illustrations of whimsical and naïve quality. There is a certain narrative to Karo’s work that is hugely inspired by fables, myths, stories and influenced by magical realism; the spark of magic connects the real and the imaginary worlds.

karoArt's pieces are often slightly imperfect, wonky, the illustrations ragged and hasty, leaving no doubt that each piece is made by hand with some of the emotions and characteristics of the maker transferred onto clay in the process. 

Grainne The Granny Greyhound and Leeloo the Border Collie are the most important part of the karoArt assemble, supervising work in the studio and keeping Karo company.

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Thursday - Friday 10-6pm

(closed for 30 mins lunch break at 1.30pm)

Saturday 10-2pm

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday by appointment only.


404 South Circular Road, Dolphin's Barn, Dublin 8,