Picnic Crowd Blues 17 in Stoneware by Lucy Tolan
Picnic Crowd Blues 17 in Stoneware by Lucy Tolan, 230 x 170 x 170mm, 2021
About the work:
Picnic Crowd Blues 17 in Stoneware by Lucy Tolan.
Lucy Tolan collects and creates repetitive textures using natural and self-made objects and hand-builds her work using a combination of pinch and slab building techniques. She wants her work to occupy the space where architecture and landscape meet. With repetitive patterns and bold colour, her objects are informed by modernist architecture and have textile-like qualities.
A lot of consideration and care goes in to Tolan’s vessels, with each being one of a kind.
About the Artist:
Lucy Tolan is an artist based in Melbourne. She completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts at RMIT in 2018, specialising in ceramics. All of Tolan’s products are hand built in Melbourne, with materials sourced from Walker Ceramics and fired at The Kiln Room.
– Stoneware, Glaze, Underglaze
– This sculptural vessel is watertight
Stoneware, glaze, underglaze