Contemplating the sky
This ceramic sculpture is part of my Closed Sculpture Series. It explores combined contrasting forms that inclose space.
The inspiration behind this sculpture came from my continued interest in Stonehenge and stone circles in the UK and its link to the sky and clouds. For me clouds symbolise, spirituality, entering another space, contemplation and curiosity with what happens when we die. This all relates back to my personal experience of people close to my life passing away. Importantly though I would like to leave space for the imagination and curiosity. What happens when we die?
Information about this artwork
The making of this piece consists of singular spheres thrown on the potters wheel then cut up and joined together combined with a slab built component to create a whole form. Made from stoneware, coloured slips, clear glaze, purple glaze, multiple fired to a final temperature of 1230c.
Dimensions: H16.5 W20cm D24
This is a free standing sculpture, it is intended to be displayed indoors only.
This is an original sculpture, hand signed on the back and includes a certificate of authenticity.