The colour of this piece is inspired by French Artist Yves Klein and invites us to reflect on the wisdom of the natural world.
‘At first there is nothing, then there is a profound nothingness, after that a blue profundity.’ — Yves Klein
Due to the inherent nature of handmade ceramics, variance in size, shape and finish is to be expected and embraced. The clay this piece is made from is porous and may become damp when holding water. It is suggested that this piece be used for holding dried flora or simply as a sculptural object.
This vessel is made from a speckled clay and finished in an IKB inspired glaze.
Clae Studio is a project of Artist, Britt Neech. Britt creates from her Mornington Peninsula studio, with a focus on unique yet timeless design.
To care for these pieces use a clean, damp sponge to dab off any dust that may land on the surface.