Hand-glazed ceramic with carbonised wood plinth
22.5 x 22.5 x 15 cm (excluding plinth)
Please note that delivery is not included in the price of this work. Due to the fragile nature of the piece, we will contact buyers directly to arrange and quote for delivery, or to arrange collection from the gallery.
Tamsyn Trevorrow is inspired by the beautiful yet rugged coastal landscapes of her native Cornwall. Her beautifully-rendered ceramics recall the interaction between land and sea, taking on the forms of that ever-changing landscape that has been sculpted by the elements.
Moulding the shoreline’s twisted natural forms into stunning pieces of ceramic sculpture, the works echo the curl of crashing waves and the contorted shapes and textures of weathered shells. Gorgeous cobalt, jade and turquoise slips and glazes line many of her works, giving a glimpse of deep oceanic blues and greens within the encrusted, shell-like outer forms of the bowls.
Her works are built by hand with a heavily grogged stoneware clay, adding and removing sections as they evolve, and suit being shown both inside and outside.
Own Art available on orders over £100.