Helen Harrison – Floral pedestal figurine
The way an object feels to hold and use are important considerations for Helen while shaping a vessel on the throwing wheel, or creating a handbuilt piece of sculpture; her aim is to capture the sense of fluidity of the raw clay within the finished piece.
Design concepts for her ceramics come from many places: including modern architecture, nature and the coastline, the logarithmic spirals of sea shells, and the curves of the sail of a boat gliding through the sea.
In her functional pieces, Helen is interested in the way our cultural references and the social activities that surround eating and drinking effect the tableware choices we make. Her aim is to create pieces which can be used and enjoyed everyday, bringing a sense of ceremony and meditation to familiar activity, such as drinking the first cup of tea of the day.
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