Two of my bowls are featured in another beautiful picture at Tartelette. Tartelette is Helene Dujardin’s blog devoted to food photography, fresh seasonal ingredients, and celebrating life. You can tell by her photography that she honors the details. It is such a treat to see my bowls in such lovely surroundings. Thank you Helene!
I love the combination of smooth, white, creamy glaze and brown clay. The darker red-ish brown line where the glaze meets the raw clay I always think of as burnt — even though it is just as cooked as the rest of the cup. Very thin, very nice. Available in my shop.
Helene over at Tartelette has a beautiful image on her blog that includes one of my small white pitchers. Helene’s beautiful food photography is rustic and bright, so homey. Her down-to-earth recipe shows off the the pitcher so nicely. Thank you, Helene, for including my piece.
Hip bones from a white tail deer.
Loose, as in very thin, undulating. Fragile and on-the-brink in attitude. Nothing rigid here except for the fact they are vitrified.
Inspired by branches and forest fog. Available in my shop.