I know that it can be hard to find artwork that really resonates with our own aesthetic preferences. So, if you enjoy things that are simple, minimal and a tad imperfect, then you need to follow these five artists. 1. Caroline Walls Caroline creates incredibly sensual, yet amazingly minimal paintings of the female form. Her personal […]
I have a little treat for all you travel loving potters, ceramicists and clay enthusiasts out there. Several months ago Ceramics Monthly Magazine contacted me to create a clay focused guide for Dublin, Ireland and I jumped at the opportunity. It was a treat to go around photographing the city, meeting great people and looking at my new […]
The Lithic Collection is a series of sculptural ceramic vessels. They are modern pots that have an ancient feel, as if they have recently been dug up from the earth. They are beautiful statement pieces and conversation starters that infuse a sense of poetry into an interior. The clean lines and minimal aesthetic allow the […]
Functional Landscapes is a line of organic and minimal tableware. Each delicate piece is made from very thin porcelain. The pieces are glazed on the interior and bare porcelain on the exterior. The Indigo series has a color scheme of glossy dark navies and light blues. This collection is great for creating elegantly simple tablescapes.
Functional Landscapes is a line of organic and minimal tableware. Each delicate piece is made from very thin porcelain. The pieces are glazed on the interior and bare porcelain on the exterior. The Frost series has a color scheme of matte whites and glossy pale greens.This collection is great for creating elegantly simple tablescapes.
Do you want to get more acquainted with the Lithic Series and see if you are right for each other? Do you want to test run the artwork in your space before fully committing? Perfect, because I have a little gift for you! Click the link below to receive a printable Lithic. Then print it, display it, live with it and see if you are made for each other.
I believe that it is better to own a single thoughtful object than many unintentional ones.
I believe that in order to enjoy life we need to experience beauty on a daily basis – in our homes, in our routines, in even the most mundane of our tasks.
I believe in creating objects that belong to the past and the future
I believe there is beauty in the natural, the hand crafted, the imperfect.