Handmade ceramic lamp inspired by Edward Weston’s photographic series on shells from artist Kassandra Thatcher. Linen shade.
Lamp is 9” x 20” with shade
Kassandra Thatcher is a ceramic artist and poet based in NYC. She has been working within sculptural mediums, from clay to plaster to language, for the last ten years. Kassandra makes sculptural lamps and non-functional sculptural works born out of a biomorphic practice; preoccupied with the curvature of a woman's body, the space where limbs meet. She is concerned with the abstraction of those shapes and how to push them into the space of static gesture. The basin for her creative practice is spatial relations; the relationship between spaces and everything else--time, volume, light, shadow