Yaara Nir Kachlon is passionate about creating the kind of contemporary ceramics she loves best; beautiful, functional objects in a creamy white tone that are utterly weightless and completely durable.
It’s a technique she began developing nearly 20 years ago, creating this line of highly aesthetic, soft white ceramics made for serving food and drink, yet with a sturdiness that can withstand daily use in the oven, microwave and dishwasher.
Yaara likes to call her work Perfectly Imperfect, referring to the natural imperfections and differences borne out of working with clay and kiln to form the collection of ceramics. Her attention to detail and form were all borne out of her studies at
New York\’s Parsons School of Design and Jerusalem’s Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, where she received her degree.
The end product, however, remains the same, a collection of spacious bowls and platters, plates and cups in her trademark eggshell white, glazed to a soft sheen in Yaara’s rural home studio, light to hold and aesthetically pleasing
against any dish or table.