Clarice Munro – Wood Artist
My main inspiration derives from fruit and vegetables, noting the subtle differences in their curvaceous forms; from their squashed, bulbous bottoms to their perfectly formed stalks.
I am also drawn towards the inherent qualities of Egyptian artefacts; from the small, hand carved amulets Read More...
I have a background in textiles, so this pot represents an experiment using hand-dyed threads. The coloured threads have been placed into grooves that wrap around the base, which accentuates the plumpness of the form.
Beech, Cherry and Maple pots ranging in sizes from 7cm(h) x 5cm(w) to 3cm(h) x 4cm(w).
With inspirations from Egyptian canopic jars, I created a variety of small hand-held pots.
Small Cherry pot with extended stalk. 4cm(h) x 4cm(w).
This piece is from my current collection, which has been inspired by the curvaceous forms of fruit and vegetables.
Snapshot of my studio space at Hereford College of Arts.
A variety of sketches, along with the more detailed technical drawings, which are paramount for transferring my designs onto the lathe. Over the coarse of my degree, the lathe has greatly
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