When you throw a stone into a small pool, the ripples move out from the central point of impact. They spread until they hit the edges of the pool — the rocks, the logs, the shore. If you continue to watch, and the pool is still enough, the waves move back towards the center, changed from their contact and no longer perfectly circular. The waves write the story of the space they travelled within through the language of the morphing ripples. This series of vessels and plates are an attempt to freeze and recreate this phenomena through porcelain.
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