Hand made Katakuchi (Japanese sake pourers), each with its own individual character, from the "Wetlands" exhibition by Australian ceramicist Timna Taylor.
Inimitable is what one would call the work of Timna Taylor.
She is a favourite of many Japanese collectors and ceramicists due to her textured and layered but oh so fine work. But somehow they convey the resilience of the Australian landscape.
Timna feels intrinsically linked to nature. Vignettes of her sitting quietly surrounded by trees in her open-air studio, working away with the sound of the breeze and native birds tweeting in the trees come to mind.
Pop online or better still drop by to experience the rich legacy of the Australian bush land in her work, from the smallest condiment dishes to large hand-built coil pots and bowls.
Nb. these are hand-made pieces and dimensions are approximate only.
Timna Taylor is a highly collectible Australian ceramicist residing in Northern NSW. Her journey as an artist started with painting, so it's no surprise that Timna brings a painterly eye to ceramics - her glazes layered and re-fired many times to build a lush and nuanced palette.