Indian Summer Vessel
Jacqueline Leighton Boyce
Indian Summer Vessel by Jacqueline Leighton Boyce forms part of a body work inspired by the changing of the seasons from a late ‘Indian Summer’ to Autumn, when the quality of light dims and colours fade. Finding beauty in the transition from season to season, Jacqueline’s illustrations represent the time of year when flowers begin to lose their radiance, petals and leaves fall from foliage leaving skeletal structures in their place, and bright berries appear for the birds. The piece is formed from red terracotta clay, handbuilt and illustrated with wilting flowers which occur during those first days of Autumn.
Material: Terracotta, slip, metallic lustres
cm: Width 23cm, Depth 21cm, Height 33cm
inches: Width 9.1in, Depth 8.3in, Height 13in
Care Instructions: Wipe with a damp, lint free cloth. For decorative use only, not suitable for water.