We are proud to exhibit a colab with local ceramic artist Iza Lozanno showcasing her beautiful wheel thrown ceramics.
Using the potter´s wheel as her main tool and terracotta or stoneware clay, she creates contrasting volumes as segments that are later assembled to constitute intricate shapes, which are often burnished with the help of rocks, spoons, and/or blades, leaving a smooth surface, naked clay and the trace of an orbital motion.
- Handcrafted in Auckland, N.Z.
Not water tight so dry only
Dimensions: Aprox height 13cm
Due to the inherent nature of handmade ceramics, variance in size, shape and finish is to be expected and embraced. The clay this piece is made from is porous and may become damp when holding water. It is suggested that this piece be used for holding dried flora or simply as a sculptural object.