I am enjoying working with a new shape: Menhir, named because it reminds me of the stones that Obelix carries around in the Asterix books, which helped me learn to read French!
Here are the first two menhirs, which develop different themes that I have been exploring in my past work: weaving patterns and trompe l’oeil.
I am both delighted and sad to have sold this vase. Made in 2014, it has been with me for quite some time so I have grown to enjoy its company. I hope it enjoys its new home, in a restored 1960’s James Bond style mansion; I can’t wait to see the pictures!
I’ve just completed a new vase…
Here is a lovely video of some of the pots that were exhibited at the Herrick Gallery in February. Courtesy of Marcus Cole.
It’s not often that a client takes you to their home, points to a place on their sideboard and says “Make me something to go here.”
This is especially welcome, when ‘here’ is in a beautiful room, surrounded by understated but incredibly elegant abstract paintings, lit from both sides with generous windows looking out onto fabulous, mature gardens.
A wonderful challenge.
This slipcase vase, part glazed and part exposed underglaze, is my response.
What to say? Privileged, delighted, lucky? Whatever the appropriate word is, I’m amazed to have one of my pots featured in the Modern Art section of Vogue Living, in German Vogue June 2018.
Thank you Katharina Hesedenz for selecting Flat Oval Vase: Arrow Heads (i) and to Vanessa Daly for photographing it so beautifully.
In stark contrast to the previous commission, this one specified bright, colourful, sunny and three-dimensional…
Many thanks for the challenge Laura!
I’m delighted with this commissioned piece which pares back the Arrow Head pattern to a monochrome design, really emphasising the twisted shape of this vase.
Thank you Jonny and Wei!