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Dune Bowl

About this project

The Dune Bowl is a piece created from walks on the Dunes at Gwithian. The idea of strata being represented as clay merging together, blending and swirling until the end result. No two pieces can be replicated, each one will be unique to its blending upon the wheel.

This project is to find the limitations of different clays, which ones will blend together and which will crack.

Pricing

£150 — £150

Keywords

strata, dune, dunes, sand, swirl, bowl, st. ives, wheel thrown, sharron page stocks, nature

Disciplines

Ceramics, Pottery

Materials

Ceramics
DUNE BOWL
Photographer: Viola Watkins & Matt Stocks
The dune bowl by Sharron Page Stocks is inspired by the sand dunes at Gwithian. The terracotta adds a certain warmth to the piece, like sun on dry sand. To create this piece, Sharron layered together two different types of clay before wheel throwing them together into a single form. The result is a beautifully blended swirl of colour, like strata running through a cliff edge.
DUNE BOWL
Photographer: Viola Watkins & Matt Stocks
The dune bowl by Sharron Page Stocks is inspired by the sand dunes at Gwithian. The terracotta adds a certain warmth to the piece, like sun on dry sand. To create this piece, Sharron layered together two different types of clay before wheel throwing them together into a single form. The result is a beautifully blended swirl of colour, like strata running through a cliff edge.
DUNE BOWL
Photographer: Viola Watkins & Matt Stocks
The dune bowl by Sharron Page Stocks is inspired by the sand dunes at Gwithian. The terracotta adds a certain warmth to the piece, like sun on dry sand. To create this piece, Sharron layered together two different types of clay before wheel throwing them together into a single form. The result is a beautifully blended swirl of colour, like strata running through a cliff edge.

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