A waterfall of fibers flow down the outlets of a glazed ceramic slab. Optimally a wall hanging, touch should be welcomed to fully experience everything this piece has to offer. The smooth & glazed, but semi-porous slab is accented with dimples and creases, speckled with the larger grains of the sourced clay hugging the fine wool in a playful tactile experience. The wool is smooth and soft, yet contrasted with a dulled roughness that wool is known for – not too rough, but not so soft that a working man’s hands would catch on stray fibres attempting to escape the thread.
The hand-built ceramic frame was a first of its kind; this piece encapsulates the artist’s inventive spirit and exists as a one-of-a-kind experimental artwork.
Slab, hand-formed, Woven