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Drawing its inspiration from plants, dance and architecture, this ethereal sculpture shifts in scale, shape and form depending on how it is viewed. Blue stained and paper-thin petals, which symbolise growth and warmth, nestle between white petals, which seem to grow as if organically from the piece.
Dimensions: Height: 16 cm, Length: 12 cm, Width: 12 cm
Care Instructions: Clean gently with water in a spray bottle.
Each porcelain sculpture is created by employing a series of hand-building techniques; continually pinching, squeezing and repeatedly pressing the clay until it is paper-thin. Every petal is then attached individually, building up layers upon layers until a bloom begins to emerge, with each blue petal stained by hand.
Lucinda Kirkby is a north London-based ceramicist, specialising in decorative porcelain sculptures. Born in Australia, she studied at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and Chelsea College of Arts, London. Her sculptures are ethereal, composed of layers of paper-thin porcelain, which are shaped into flowers. Recently, she was one of the artists in residence at Guldagergaard, a renowned ceramics research centre in Denmark. She also creates functional pieces, including cups and saucers.
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