Nadja Baxter
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“Predominately I use two contrasting clays - Porcelain and Crank stoneware. With this series focussing on simple forms of cylinders, bowls and eggs shapes. With the cylinders I explore how they can be manipulated in an organic way by pushing them to create bends and folds, evoking folds of fabric, while still retaining a functional purpose. The central etched lines highlight the curves of the form. The porcelain is refined to a smooth sanded tactile finish, while with the crank I show the…

“Predominately I use two contrasting clays - Porcelain and Crank stoneware. With this series focussing on simple forms of cylinders, bowls and eggs shapes. With the cylinders I explore how they can be manipulated in an organic way by pushing them to create bends and folds, evoking folds of fabric, while still retaining a functional purpose. The central etched lines highlight the curves of the form. The porcelain is refined to a smooth sanded tactile finish, while with the crank I show the…

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This is a Reserved listing for Stephanie. Each stake is handmade from my toasty tan color clay and color coded with glaze at the top. They come in a cotton drawstring bag. Approx. size of each stake is long and wide.

These versatile handbuilt bowls can be used in the kitchen (to hold salt, pepper or condiments), on top of your dresser as a unique jewelry holder or as a beautiful planter for succulents and air plan

These versatile handbuilt bowls can be used in the kitchen (to hold salt, pepper or condiments), on top of your dresser as a unique jewelry holder or as a beautiful planter for succulents and air plan