Sarah Dalton

I use slip-casting and hand-building techniques to create intimately sized vessels of delicate simplicity, along with framed ceramic wall-art. Slight differences in the hand finishing of each individual piece aim to embrace the Japanese ‘wabi-sabi’ aesthetic tradition of transience, uncertainty and process. Using fine white earthenware clay, fired to around 1100 degrees, enables me to create a very smooth surface which offers the perfect canvas for intricate ceramic artwork, using a variety of different engobes and glazes.

I use slip-casting and hand-building techniques to create intimately sized vessels of delicate simplicity, along with framed ceramic wall-art. Slight differences in the hand finishing of each individual piece aim to embrace the Japanese ‘wabi-sabi’ aesthetic tradition of transience, uncertainty and process. Using fine white earthenware clay, fired to around 1100 degrees, enables me to create a very smooth surface which offers the perfect canvas for intricate ceramic artwork, using a variety of different engobes and glazes.

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