These footed bowls with an intense, matte turquoise glaze, while hard to capture in a photograph, have a sparkly, bubbly and velvety finish. A lovely set with lots of movement and character in the glaze, created by San Francisco based ceramist Lisa Fleming.
Porcelain, thrown on the pottery wheel and fired to 2267 degrees. Each piece is one of a kind and every glaze is made from dry materials in Lisa's studio. The clay forms she creates are simple yet sophisticated, elegant, spare, almost austere. Lisa Fleming's work is design driven, meant to be enjoyed by the eye and the heart( Not meant for food).
Comes in set of 3
Lisa Fleming is a ceramist living and working in San Francisco. The porcelain forms she makes are simple yet sophisticated, elegant and design driven, but also incorporate organic elements, as is the nature of handmade things. She creates her pieces on a pottery wheel using porcelain clay, and fire in an electric kiln. She makes her own glazes in her studio from dry materials. In her work, form takes precedence over function, and the pieces are primarily decorative. Quietly concentrating on shape, line, design, surface and color allows her to express her drive for order, beauty and form. Clay forms she prefers are simple yet sophisticated, elegant, spare, almost austere. She is inspired by the rough clays and studied imperfection of centuries of Japanese ceramics and mid-century Scandinavian ceramists.
Lisa is a mom of an 8 years old and who loves to be in the studio with her when possible and Lisa really treasures this time well spent together with her daughter.