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Painted Ceramic Fish

The following fish were photographed by Max Darby in Manarola (Cinque Terre, Italy) in August 2011.




These fish are located on the foreshore of the tiny fishing and wine growing village of Manarola, found on the coast of Cinque Terre, Italy. They were created by artist Flavio Benedetto.


They have been hand-painted using glazes from fish found in the area onto composite concrete slabs.


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2 Responses to “Painted Ceramic fish”

  1. max says:

    Hi Sue, I’m glad they’re useful. I’ll be interested in any respones from your students. And, perhaps you’d like to have some of your own student works put onto my website.
    Let anyone around the Wodonga area know about the web address. Cheers for now and see you soon. Max

  2. Sue Maygar says:

    Max these fabulous images are exactly what I need in class with my year 8 students. They have made wonderful fish but the glazing and patterning has been very disapointing. I will be encouraging my class tomorrow to come onto this sight to have a look and make some quick colour scetches to gain more ideas.
    Timely thank you.
    Sue




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