A wonderfully round and footed vase with a narrow opening. Stunning wood ash glazing that is the result of multiple firings. Very painterly surface. A study in creams and taupes. Chalky, pock-marked and egg-shell in parts while toasted cream in others; distinguished by sepia drips and daubs that are laden with sediment. Significant gloss and some crackle to a mostly matte finish. Wheel-thrown slightly speckled stoneware. Watertight. One of a kind and handmade by Clam Lab.
7" Ø x 8.5" h (1.75" opening)
Clam Lab is the ceramics practice of artist Clair Catillaz, based in Catskill, New York, USA. Catillaz creates vessels of other-worldly beauty on the wheel and using traditional hand-building techniques. Her pieces are often fired multiple times in the kiln, which accounts for their remarkable, nuanced glazing. Her work expertly balances form and function.
Made by hand. Due to differences in/among monitors, actual colours may vary from those appearing on screen.