Dominique Ostuni Wall Sconce
Dominique Ostuni Wall Sconce
Dominique Ostuni Wall Sconce
Dominique Ostuni Wall Sconce
Dominique Ostuni Wall Sconce
Dominique Ostuni Wall Sconce
Dominique Ostuni Wall Sconce
Dominique Ostuni Wall Sconce
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Dominique Ostuni Wall Sconce

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Each piece is made with translucent frost porcelain, depicting pleasures spanning from persimmons, portraits, patterns, and prose. Many have gold rims, some contain secrets, others are an ode to a painter or two. The raw unglazed bottom shows the frost porcelain at its most beautiful state. 

They all vary, but you will find that they are ~3-4’’ diameter.

We are so pleased to present our current collection of ceramic pieces by Maine artist Dominique Ostuni. We fell head over heels for Dominique's beautiful approach to life and art, her incredible spirit and character, and our shared love of craft and celebration of our community.

Please see images of various current designs. We will surprise you with the piece! Or, email us at shop@thepostsupply.com and we can send photos and will do our best to help you select your favorite piece from available designs.

Care & consideration: Frost Porcelain is a translucent porcelain clay body. Not microwave safe due to gold luster. We recommend hand-washing while listening to ABBA in the kitchen. 

Made by Dominique Ostuni

Born in Upstate NY, Dominique graduated form Maine College of Art in 2017 with craft. She likes to work across different specializations but tends to focus mainly on ceramic objects - both utilitarian and sculptural objects. She has been a resident artist at C.R.E.T.A. Rome and you'll find her currently at her studio in the middle of the woods in Bowdoinham, Maine. She has work in permanent collections of many cabinets and hands throughout the world.