Crater bowls-Icelandic collection
Inspired by the largest of Iceland's craters, just outside of Reykjavik-the Kerid Crater. These pieces are thrown from highly gorged stoneware clay and textured with a Japanese throwing tool. They are glazed with a layering of cobalt blue or copper green and tin glaze. The outcomes are always different and this enhances individuality of each piece.
Kirsty Adams Ceramics
Newcastle upon Tyne, England
Thrown in highly textured stoneware clay and glazed with a copper green and tin glaze, encapsulates the beauty of the Icelandic, volcanic landscape.
Thrown in highly textured black stoneware this bowl is glazed with layers of cobalt blue and tin glazes, no tow the same the layering creating unexpected effects each time.