The wavy nature of the JAZZ cups makes them a pleasure to hold. The surface of these cups seems fluid. Some echo flowing glacier ice, others shallow waves on the beach. Very tactile due to the interaction of the glaze with the carved porcelain. Particularly well shaped to warm your hands in winter.
Each tea or coffee cups is unique. Selection from a range of colours and sizes for an eclectic mix and match.
TILT. Bowls with a twist. With their slanted bottoms they tilt and invite rotation.
Versatile bowls. From wine or cognac tumbler to bowl or soap dish.
Teapots are functional and decorative. Inspired by organic form and animal shape they are slightly twisted and appear alive. They are playful and wish to make you smile.
Spice vessels and sake cups. Little vases and bowls.
The intense and clear turquoise sea in Esperance, Australia continues to amaze. The contrast with the bright white sand is magnificent.
The coral series captures this beauty of contrast using a blue celadon glaze on fine carved porcelain.
Each coral cup is formed by hand, unique and slightly different from the rest.
Stack of CORAL cups
Bowls that are organic in shape with a slightly asymmetric yet smooth outlook. Regular and large.
SONG for NGV
The Song range is inspired by a wine ewer from the Song dynasty in the collection of the National Gallery of Victoria and designed exclusively for NGV design shop. The bold and bright crackle glazes hint to the subtle blue and green hues of Chinese celadon glaze. The curved and warped shapes are reinterpreted forms of Chinese wine and stem cups. This range combines the style of Chinese ceramics with my style of asymmetric, slightly distorted and organic shapes.
These shapes were sculpted in clay before making moulds to cast the pots. This gives freedom and time to define fluid shapes with care and attention. This work is intentionally asymmetric and subtly irregular so that each piece is individual.