• Dark Umber Vessel Forms, Slab built, Stoneware,

    Dark Umber Vessel Forms,
    Slab built, Stoneware, h 50cm
    Image reproduced with the kind permission of Ceramic Review
    Photographer - Cristian Barnett

  • Charcoal Grey Pair, Slab built, Stoneware, h 60cm

    Charcoal Grey Pair,
    Slab built, Stoneware, h 80cm
    Image reproduced with the kind permission of Ceramic Review
    Photographer - Cristian Barnett

  • Dark Toasted Vessel, Slab built, Stoneware, h 50cm

    Dark Toasted Vessel,
    Slab built, Stoneware, h 50cm
    Image reproduced with the kind permission of Ceramic Review
    Photographer - Cristian Barnett

  • Jet Black Faceted Vessel

    Jet Black Faceted Vessel,
    Slab built, Stoneware, h 80cm
    Image reproduced with the kind permission of Ceramic Review
    Photographer - Cristian Barnett

  • Jet Black Faceted Vessel

    Jet Black Faceted Vessel,
    Slab built, Stoneware
    Image reproduced with the kind permission of Ceramic Review
    Photographer - Cristian Barnett

  • Cluster of Vessels in Conversation

    Cluster of Vessels in Conversation
    Slab built, Stoneware
    Image reproduced with the kind permission of Ceramic Review
    Photographer - Cristian Barnett

  • Dark Toasted Vessels,
    Slab built, Stoneware
    Image reproduced with the kind permission of Ceramic Review
    Photographer - Cristian Barnett

  • Dark Umber Vessel,
    Slab built, Stoneware,
    Image reproduced with the kind permission of Ceramic Review
    Photographer - Cristian Barnett

  • Large Scale Charcoal Grey Vessels,
    Slab Built, Stoneware, h 150cm (Stainless Steel Base Sold Seperatley)

  • Large Scale Charcoal Grey Vessels,
    Slab Built, Stoneware, h 150cm (Plinth sold seperatley)

  • Large Scale Ivory Wave Form,
    Slab Built, Stoneware, h 130cm (Plinth sold seperatley)


Sculptural Vessels


Vessel forms are constructed using curved sections of clay, which are cut and assembled in stages to create sinuous flowing sculptures that appear to float. I use a variety of clay bodies often relying on the clay itself to create the finished colour. I have particularly enjoy working with black and white clay. The striking tones create amazing shadows and respond to the changing light of their environment.

Featured in Ceramic Review Magazine - (Issue 277, January/February 2016)

The magazine kindly gave their permission to reproduce the lovely images of photographer, Cristian Barnett.


   

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