Anelise Bredow is a Brazilian Potter, who graduated in Plastic Arts and has a Masters in Creative Industries. She use Earthenware on the potter’s wheel and hand-building techniques. When the pieces are in Leather-hard stage she draws the surface and paints with Engobes. After the biscuit firing (900°C), pottery receives oxides to define the contours and returns to the kiln (1050°C).
Since her childhood, Anelise has been inspired by her Father’s profession as an electronics technician. Inside old radios and TVs, ceramics pieces exist. In a child’s eye, the pieces connect themselves like little worlds. Thus, emerges an imaginary universe of forms, colours and creatures.