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A wheel-thrown bottle featuring a scattering of surface holes made from burnt rice bubbles. Made with a Shino glaze, a traditional Japanese glaze dating back to the Momoyama period of 16th century. An object that can be enjoyed purely for its ornamental value or use it for a single stem.
Annette Bull is a ceramicist based in the Hawkes Bay, who has been working with clay for the last 20 years. Bull is interested in creating domestic objects, whether they are to be used for their functional quality or just to be admired. The wheel is central to her practice, finding a love for its continuing challenge and endless possibilities. Bull primarily works with the woodfiring technique, finding joy in the process of letting ash settle and melt onto pots, and coaxing colour into the clay, she describes as being addictive and rewarding.
Dimensions: D 80 x H 140-180 mm
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