Mountain Edges bowls
Inspired by the beautiful N W Highlands where massive mountain ranges reach down to the rugged coastline. Memories of walking Beinn Alligin and Beinn Dampf inspired a range of tall Standing Forms with deep chasms, and eroded bowls with delicately textured edges and finely pinched edges. Breathtaking!
Wheel thrown from fine white porcelain. The bowls are inspired by sheer rock faces with precipitous edges. Energetic sweeps of porcelain slip decorate the forms making intriguing delicate edges.
Mountain Edges bowl – small £85
Thrown porcelain bowl with a delicately pulled rim that contrasts with the velvety smooth surface.
Mountain Edges Standing Forms
Inspired by climbing the summits of snow clad mountains with soaring pinnacles and awesome show cornices.
Tall statement forms – 48-55cm height – thrown on the wheel with adorned with slivers of porcelain and thick textural slip. These pots aim to capture the sense of exposure and energy of the mountains and the awe inspiring forms sculpted by snow and wind.
Pinnacles standing forms £185 each
Snow Cornice standing form £185
The deep Black Cleft of Beinn Alligin features on the carved surface of this tall sculptural form. Thrown stoneware with crackled porcelain decoration.
Mountain Edges Vases
Evidence of precipitous edges on the mountains and deep crevices on this thrown vase.
Landslip vessel £185 SOLD
Like the action of ice I have gouged and scraped facets of the pots and applied thick layers of slip. Referencing the Japanese ethos of wabi sabi – imperfect and impermanent – these pots fit easily in the home whilst still making a striking statement.