Black Urchin Vessel - White Dots
Wheel thrown vessel in black stoneware clay with hand-built additions (spikes) and multiple layers of coloured slip, fired to Cone 6
This series of vessels explore the intricate and detailed patterns and textures of sea urchins and sea eggs. Each piece is hand thrown on the potter’s wheel or hand-built using slabs of clay and then adorned with hand built additions (spikes) and multiple layered dots using coloured slip. This process requires a lot of time and patience. Each piece is one of a kind and has its own unique, intricate pattern.
Approximately 4.5 x 2.5" - 3 x 2.5"
Wheel-thrown and hand-built, speckled stoneware, glaze
Zara was born and raised on the Caribbean island of Barbados and spent her formative years studying and working between Canada and Barbados, respectively. She has a diverse background in the arts, particularly in the mediums of painting, drawing, printmaking and ceramics. She received her BA (Hons.) in Fine Art from the University of Guelph (Guelph, ON, Canada) in 2010 and most recently a Certificate in Ceramics from the Haliburton School of Art and Design, Fleming College (Haliburton, ON, Canada) in 2016.