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Fil et Ruban Transformation Vases

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About this project

Exploring the idea of the pot as a relic, womb or container, certain elements become pivotal, capturing implied eroticism and movement. Specifically, the opening may resemble the sore flush of a wound or the lure of an orifice, similarly, the belly may be a swollen paunch, held insecurely above a slender stem with an elevated foot to emphasise it’s frailty.

Pricing

£2000 — £3000

Keywords

ceramic, painting, transformation, coiled, sculpture, contemporary, orifice, slips, decals, transfers

Disciplines

Ceramics, Pottery

Materials

Ceramics
Fil et Ruban Transformation Vases
Photographer: Stephen Brayne
Porcelain, coloured slips, decals, gold leaf H 42-53 W 18-28 D 16-21
Inverted Fil et Ruban with Fresh & Dried Hellebores
Photographer: Stephen Brayne
Porcelain, coloured slips, ceramic transfers, 23ct gold leaf H 57 cm W 37 cm D 29 cm
all Transformation with Hydrangea Petals & Blackcurrents
Photographer: Stephen Braybe
Porcelain, coloured slips, ceramic transfers, 23ct gold leaf H 59 cm Diam 25 cm

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