This oyster faceted pouring bowl demonstrates perfectly how Robynn Storgaard's rejection of ornamentation emphasises the forms and materials of her ceramics. This piece originated on the wheel and is made from locally sourced Scandinavian clays. The smooth texture is achieved through Robynn's continuous experimentation with glazes. The hand of the maker is made evident and reveals the artistic process. Imperfections are embraced in Robynn's objects, which are made to become more beautiful, valuable and meaningful to the user over time and through use. This pouring vase is striking whilst maintaining a sense of timelessness. Its utility is a reminder of the importance of slow-living.
Dimensions: W-21cm x H-10.5cm
As all products are handmade sizes and colour may vary slightly.
Robynn Storgaard is a Copenhagen-based maker and ceramicist originally from Canada, who has lived in many cities across the world, including Osaka and Los Angeles. Robynn’s ceramic practice follows a career as an architectural designer, during which she studied large scale building ceramics.
Robynn’s pieces are concerned with slow living and conscious consumption and intended to bring joy to everyday life. Made from locally and sustainable sourced materials, Robynn’s work originates on the wheel and is hand-made with exquisite craftsmanship, enabling it to last generations. Her pieces are meant to be keepsakes, made ‘For the Sake of Keeping,’ the antithesis of the disposable nature of contemporary times.