These vessels are hand built from white grog raku clay then glazed, they are sculptural pieces an object to simply be enjoyed or one of utility in which to place flowers, herbs, stones, shells. The common thread in the work is the approach to making at one with the piece. The exhibition will contain works with focus on the essence of human life. The transition between inspiration, spirit and matter, material, making. The works are made through natural forms of human expression in paint, charcoal and clay. Aiming to enrich one’s sense of the world while exploring perceptions of the subtleties of life. The clay and glazes for the work are from Blackwattle Pottery