Ceramic: “Trimily”

by Max on August 10, 2004

“Trimily” is a ceramic set created for my Clay Principles class in MSUM, representing the  family as a euphemism. The pieces were molded with a heavy base and light leaning tops, and designed with a concave shape within two of the vases to compliment the largest vase.

The tri-set can be arranged in various configurations and setups, adding variety and a different point of view for each piece. The human symbolism is evident in every curve and shape of each vase, especially in the supplicating arms extended on sides. What do you think?

Tools used: Clay, clay tools, caustic colors.

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