Sarah’s practice begins with associative writing and drawing, and works its way into naturally undulating and unpredictable coiled clay forms. Sarah’s relationship with her material is one of admiration — a pure, almost childlike awe of the ability to sculpt with earth. While rolling and layering clay coils, Sarah utilizes a repetitive pinching process to create extraordinarily complex forms that recall intricate sand and rock formations at grand scale. In a nod to the inevitability of growth and practicality, Sarah’s forms are also utilitarian: they are vases for flowers or cavernous coffee tables that house everyday objects.
- Dark brown stoneware
- Round tempered glass top
- Please select the 'artwork and ceramics' option at checkout