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Barnacle Shell range

About this project

Porcelain vessels thrown on the wheel and decorated with masses of pierced and bored through holes. Exhibited throughout 2016 at major ceramic and mixed craft fairs including
Art in Action - Oxford,
Art in Clay- Hatfield House, Herts
Innovations in Ceramics - Cambridge
Potfest in the Pens - Penrith
GNCCF - Manchester

Pricing

£90 — £250

Keywords

porcelain, bowls, vases, inspired by the sea, textural ceramics, sculptural forms, pots with holes, decorative pots

Disciplines

Ceramics, Pottery

Materials

Ceramics
Barnacle Shell shalow dish
Photographer: Andy Tompkins
Thrown porcelain decorated with bored through ridged holes inspired by barnacle shells
Barnacle Shell dish
Photographer: Andy Tompkins
Thrown porcelain dish decorated with masses of ridged holes. Image shows the translucency of the porcelain.
Barnacle Shell Standing Forms
Photographer: Andy Tompkins
Thrown porcelain tall vessels decorated with masses of bored through holes. Heights 32cm - 48 cm
Three Barnacle shell vases
Photographer: Andy Tompkins
Thrown porcelain vases decorated with bored through holes.
Barnacle Shell oval dish
Photographer: Andy Tompkins
Thrown and altered porcelain - an open cylinder has been thrown on the wheel and then squashed into shape. A base has then been added and masses of holes pierced and bored through to create the decoration.

Next project

Porcelain wall pieces made for Art in Action

Disciplines Ceramics, Pottery
Materials Ceramics
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