Sarah Mijares Fick's practice begins with associative writing and drawing and works its way into naturally undulating and unpredictable forms of coiled clay. In the act of rolling out and layering coils of clay, Mijares Fick utilizes a repetitive pinching process to create extraordinarily complex forms that remind us of intricate sand and rock formations at grand scale. In a nod to the inevitability of growth and practicality, Sarah's forms also prove to be utilitarian: vases to hold flowers, a cavernous coffee table to peer into, but also to hold your everyday object.
Sarah Mijares Fick is a ceramic artist living in Hudson, NY. Since 2011, Mijares Fick has developed her practice independently and through various mentorships. She worked under noted ceramic artists in New York, New Mexico, and South Korea before establishing Sarah Mijares Studio in 2020.
- White stoneware, satin white glaze
- Meant to hold thin stems
- Vessel's base contains a small ceramic bowl for holding water
- Vessel measures 20" wide and 20" tall
- Please select the 'artwork and ceramics' option at checkout