White stoneware bowls infused with Balinese volcanic sand. Functional yet sculptural with free & spontaneous forms
These platters are handrolled & Imprinted with carefully chosen lace patterns to create an intricate & delicate effect. They are very carefully glazed. Used mostly for food such as sushi, sashimi or satay!
Slab-Built Vases "Into The Woods"
These slab-built vessels are glazed on the inside & the raw effect of the oxide, brushed clay gives the pot a woody feel of either white or red wood
Spontaneously created and glazed, perfect for tea, wine or ice cream and make lovely gifts as a pair
Vases "The Traditional Form"
These vases or 'bottles' are glazed with overlapping gold, pewter & white colours which melt into each other, giving the effect of flow & movement
Very contemporary in nature, the pieces echo some architectural landscapes
Best displayed as a group as they speak well to each other. Pieces are tactile and invites the viewer to touch.
Jade, also known as "Stone Jewel" is sold as a group.
The green glaze carries with them an inherent light feeling.
Large Round Sculptures, stoneware raku, high fired with matt stony white glaze
Ancient Inspired "Cauldrons"
Inspired by the lakes among ancient hilly slopes. Weathered by time, these pieces suggest a rugged landscape enclosing a pristine still water lake.
Inspired by the beauty of the unexpected exotic wild flowers I see in the forests around our island.
"Free Flow Vessels"
These hand thrown vessels were hand trimmed to create a spontaneous moment to the walls. I wanted to make a series of wheel work pieces that were free and give a feel of clay liberated by the process of usual trimming.