Alpine Lake 4
One in a series of abstract ceramic sculptures inspired by the Alpine Lake region of the North Cascades. Massive fields of talus and hidden gem tarns dot the rough but beautiful landscape of the area. Captured here in an intimately scaled version, inside each sculpture, a ceramic bead rattles when moved. These closed-form pieces are strongly influenced by the work of Toshiko Takaezu, one of the twentieth century’s greatest abstract artists.
- 3.75” H, 5” dia
- Wheel-thrown stoneware
- Shino and Celadon Glazes
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All of my work is handmade and one of a kind. As a result, minor imperfections, marks, and variations in each piece are natural and expected. These differences give each piece its unique character, charm, and beauty. Just like you!
Please use and enjoy your new functional art, but treat it gently - pottery is breakable. Dust with a soft, dry cloth or hand-wash with mild dish soap and water to keep each piece looking its best.
Pieces without metallic luster are dishwasher and microwave-safe, but hand-washing is recommended. Please do not put it on the stovetop, against direct heat, in the oven, or in the freezer.