Merging traditional and modern techniques, Elizabeth makes ceramic tableware from stoneware and porcelain. Throwing simple forms on the wheel, each piece is hand formed and decorated using a range of incised lines, grooves, dots and oxides. The process concentrates awareness on the fine details which make each piece unique. The work is very process led along with inspiration from industrial architecture and landscape
GALLERY OF WORK
Vase with matching Cup and Tea Bowl :
Hand thrown and built Stoneware Vase, Cup and Tea Bowl. Glossy green and slate grey double dipped at the bottom and top of each vessel.
Vase H: 25cm
Cup: H: 9cm
Tea Bowl : 9cm
Vase : Detail :
Detail of Vase decorated with dotted lines running vertically down iron oxide under Glossy green and slate grey glaze overlay top and bottom.
H : 25cm
Vessel with wooden handle :
Hand thrown Stoneware tall container with wooden handle. Decorate with dots and copper oxide
Olive cream glaze. Handle handmade from lamenated Oak.
H: 19cm without handle.
Two Jugs :
Stoneware Jugs with incised lines running around the base. Thrown on the wheel and hand decorated. Glossy Caramel coloured glaze.
H: 13cm and 10cm.
Mug with Cross decoration :
Stoneware Mug thrown on the wheel decorated with dotted cross and Cobalt oxide.
Bowl with Jug :
Stoneware pouring Bowl and pouring Jug. Thrown components including Spouts hand built and decorated with lines and circles added Iron oxide.
Bowl H : 11cm
Jug H: 13cm
Porcelain Bead Neclace :
Porcelain tube beads individually coloured glazed on leather twine.
Selection Tablware on wooden table :
Selection Porcelain Cup, Mug, Stoneware pouring Jug, Stoneware small pouring Jug, Stoneware container with Wooden Handle and Milk pouring Jug.
Various sizes see above.