Cradled Verdigris Vessel

$735.00 

  • Tegan Emerson Cradled Verdigris Vessel vase and plinth on Makers' Mrkt Makers market Melbourne
  • Tegan Emerson Cradled Verdigris Vessel vase and plinth on Makers' Mrkt Makers market Melbourne
  • Tegan Emerson Cradled Verdigris Vessel vase and plinth on Makers' Mrkt Makers market Melbourne
  • Tegan Emerson Cradled Verdigris Vessel vase and plinth on Makers' Mrkt Makers market Melbourne
  • Tegan Emerson Cradled Verdigris Vessel vase and plinth on Makers' Mrkt Makers market Melbourne
  • Tegan Emerson Cradled Verdigris Vessel vase and plinth on Makers' Mrkt Makers market Melbourne
  • Tegan Emerson Cradled Verdigris Vessel vase and plinth on Makers' Mrkt Makers market Melbourne
  • Tegan Emerson Cradled Verdigris Vessel vase and plinth on Makers' Mrkt Makers market Melbourne
  • Tegan Emerson Cradled Verdigris Vessel vase and plinth on Makers' Mrkt Makers market Melbourne
  • Tegan Emerson Cradled Verdigris Vessel vase and plinth on Makers' Mrkt Makers market Melbourne
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Ooh this one is a very special vase! We are very into these new arrivals from Tegan Emerson that make us think of ancient spaces we would discover on international adventures or those precious vintage finds! Her glazes are so textural and layered, CAN'T GET ENOUGH!

PRODUCT INFORMATION

39.5 x 16 x 17 cm
Two-part stoneware ceramic with matte green glaze
Vase and plinth can be separated

ABOUT THE MAKER

Since the beginning of 2019, Tegan began experimenting with hand-building ceramics, exploring the surface of clay with textures, and diverse vessel forms. Luxuriously tactile, with textures reminiscent of corals and moonscapes, we can't help but think of objects found and those special pieces that catch your eye at vintage stores. Tegan Emerson has a background in archives, studying MA Museum/Curatorial Studies and a BA in Fine Arts (Photomedia) at the University of Sydney.

Alongside her ceramic work, Tegan is an archivist and contemporary art collection specialist.

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