Using oxides to create colour contrasts with the white parian slip, the structure is based on a hydrangea petal skeleton, each piece being unique in its final form. Translucence in the material allows light and shadow to create new perspectives.
Laura Murphy Ceramics © 2019
Trails of colour follow a swallows flight or trail like a field of wheat in the breeze, flowing freely across the white vessel surface. The smallest vessels are an exact fit for tealights and the translucent material glows when lit.
Hand-painted tree silhouettes stand stark against the pure white vessel. Reminiscent of a crisp winters day, the material lends an ice-like texture and quality. Available as a vessel or a lamp (21cm high).