Gary Allson’s striking hand turned oak bowl is both functional and ornamental. The refined silhouette is complemented by the smooth, natural surface. The simplicity of the form of this organic and unadorned bowl emphasises the honest beauty of the wood. It is a timeless piece that will bring the natural world into your home.
Dimensions: w-13cm x h-19cm
As all products are handmade sizes and colour may vary slightly.
Gary Allson designs and makes hand turned wooden bowls and plates inspired by observations and insights into daily living. His work is made in his studio in Cornwall using locally sourced sustainable timber: oak, beech, cherry and ash. Following traditional techniques and natural surface finishes, the work is intentionally kept simple so that the emphasis is on the idea.
MA Graduate of RCA, Gary assisted Anthony Gormley in the making of Angel of the North. Gary is a visiting lecturer at University College Falmouth and continues to develop his digital work from his studio. His work has been exhibited throughout the UK and Europe.