Sand storms were a constant feature in North Africa and often the the miniture whirlpools of sand would be broken with glimses of blue of the sky.
The pot is made from spiralling red, white and black clay with flashes of blue body stain. The interior of the pot is glazed whilst the outside is left unglazed and has a slightly rough texture rather like sand.
Height 16cm. Width 23cm.
I remember the Bedouin nomads with clay water pots. I added the swirling sands as part of the design.
Height 14cm. Width 21cm.
The pattern is influenced by the movement of the sea. This ‘Pebble Pot is made from red, white and black clay. The interior is glazed but the exterior is not so creating a contrast. I like the rough texture reminiscent of sand.
Height 11cm. Width 17cm.
I love watching the sea ebb and flow and swirl around my feet. The agate design is created by rolling red terracotta and white earthernware clay together and then cutting sections which are then rolled flat so creating a swirling design. The interior is glazed and the exterior of the bowl is left unglazed so creating a contrasting rough and smooth finish.
Height 10cm. Width 17cm.