Elke Sada’s art is distinguished by its liveliness, inventiveness and immense freshness. She came to ceramics relatively late after more than twelve years dedicated to chemical research in Germany and Italy. But once her decision was made to become a ceramist, she did not hesitate to apply for the best possible training, first at the University of Bath and then, given her talent, at the essential Royal College of Art for her masters. As one might expect, this prolonged immersion in an international life is illustrated by his work where influences from everywhere are subjected to the rigor of his creative spirit. Little respectful of traditional craft conventions, she prefers to invent her own assembly techniques, as in her series of remarkable “Hallstadt” vases and bowls on which she applies fields of enamel with all the freedom of a painter.