Teresa Munby Gallery
Mainly hand-built porcelain vases and pots, sculptured pieces, and tiles in simple white forms or coloured and textured.
Taking inspiration from sea, sand, naturally formed rocks and plant life, I make a range of hand-built porcelain and paper clay vases, pots, and sculptural pieces. The vases are either plain cylindrical shapes or more recently, conical. Some are simple white forms with imprinted patterns and textures. Some are ‘marbled’ using coloured slips, creating a stone-like effect each with unique patterns, while others are coloured with inlaid shapes and patterns. The pieces are waterproof and designed to come into focus when containing flowers and plants or simply to be enjoyed as objects. In addition, I make sculptural stand alone and wall pieces similarly textured, patterned, and coloured.
I also throw stoneware bowls and pots, some of which are heavily textured whilst others are thrown in porcelain and decorated with brushed coloured slip abstract patterns. Over the last year I have been making tiles in porcelain experimenting with geometric shapes and decorating with sgraffito designs