A domestic collection featuring a mix of mugs, large platters and dishes.
“As with all my work, within Mottled I have stayed true to using environmentally sustainable methods where possible, such as reclaiming clay. I have kept sections of this collection unglazed to celebrate the variety of textures that can be found in different clay bodies”.
Spirits are designed to be held and kept as an object of importance. When held, the Spirit's form evokes a comforting sense of calm intended to gently soothe the user when the user is in a worried state. Individuals are encouraged to hand over their concerns to the figure in their hands and allow themselves to feel reassured about a situation. These small batch handmade ceramic pieces celebrate feeling positive and refreshed in everyday lives.
An exploration into a visual appreciation for confectionery foods. In the modern age individuals can enjoy food without actually consuming it though, for example, cooking books, celebrity baking shows and social media. Through the use of food photography, a once temporary material can become permanent. Using ceramic as a material to create dessert sculptures further plays on these ideas.
Sweet Tooth is a project that promotes positivity. These small batch handmade ceramic pieces celebrate feeling happy and refreshed in everyday lives.
Dimensions (approx): 70mm (H) x 35mm (W) x 40mm (D)
Large spirits are decorative sculptures made from stoneware clays. They are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, although it is not recommended to leave them outside in frosty conditions.
The sculptures are made from a grogged ceramic and decorated with either thick coloured slips or layer glazes. Slip decorated spirits have a smoother texture as they are finished with a thick layer of clear glaze.
Large Spirits are made to order and bespoke options are available if a particular colour or pattern is desired. 24 carat gold lustre work can also be applied by hand onto the design.
280mm (H) x 190mm (W) x 180mm (D)
The Happy Collection
A domestic collection of environmentally sustainable work including tea plates, dinner plates, mugs and planters.
“In my studio I make my working process environmentally sustainable, this includes recycling and reusing waste clay. The reclaim process means that the clay body of your ceramic order will occasionally a slightly different texture or colour, for a totally unique piece.”