Local artist Kate Brouwer is the hands and heart behind Asobimasu Clay. An ever growing collection of playful vessels, tableware and sculptural ceramics.
Asobimasu is a Japanese word that means to play, “create without boundaries”.
Informed by her love of flowers and the harmony found in nature and wilderness, Kate explores the concepts of Traditional art forms like Ikebana and ceramics whilst pushing forward with a contemporary grasp on Architecture and form.
Using ceramics as a foundation for discovery Kate enjoys creating pieces that bend the boundaries of traditional vases and explore their relationship with the natural world around us.
Description: This unique shape can assist in the most intricate flower and branch arrangements both lavish cuttings and Ikebana designs. It stands alone as a sculptural piece and builds interest wherever displayed.
Material: Clay stoneware - Smooth semi sheen velvet glaze
Dimensions: 130mm x 110mm x 3mm
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