Hand thrown in Melbourne, one of a kind vase. Each piece varies slightly in form and glaze finish.
Approximately 16cm high, 10cm wide.
"I throw the vessel to form, then I give a little bump to create the final, unique shape. The buttery glaze finish and the gentle dimples produced by the process makes for a super tactile and comfortable piece."
James Lemon is a New Zealand born artist working from Northcote, Melbourne. He explores and experiments with clay as a generative activity to develop works that are sculptural and functional. His signature handmade functional wares are highly tactile, playful and dynamic objects. While they are produced via traditional production methods of throwing, they are also warped to express movement and gesture.