Giulia Bonora, after her studies at Brera’s Fine Art Academy, founded Keramô in 2020: a brand specializing in everyday-use ceramic objects as well as abstract sculptures inspired by futurism. The ceramist takes care of all her crafts’ evocative designs, which recall the rough shapes of rocks and the vibrant colours of gemstones. The processing is carried out by hand with the potter’s wheel, plate and majolica techniques, among others, by using different kinds of clays and experimenting with various staining methods.
The workshop is located in Cunardo (Varese) inside Fornaci Ibis, an ancient limestone workshop which was repurposed as a ceramic atelier in the 50s and later became an important cultural centre and a gathering place for Fontana, Guttuso and other artists. Today, Fornaci Ibis is a cultural association which welcomes creatives from all over the world and offers ceramic classes.

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