Emma Lindegaard Studio’s hand-built vessels honour the organic beauty of clay.
Lending inspiration from ancient ceramics, features are reimagined through a thoughtfully refined creative and decorative process, indicative of the maker’s developed style.
Emma Lindegaard Studio vessels are intended to live gracefully in a space, standing alone as sculptural art objects, or to be used for minimal floral arranging.
Emma Lindegaard Studio’s vessels are built entirely by hand – using the coiling method and minimal tools – over a number of days. This process allows for thoughtful modification of shape, texture and balance. Typically, refined yet gutsy surface-finishing methods complete the form – rather than the decorative application of exterior glaze – to honour the earthiness and textural beauty of the raw medium.
The pieces are dried for 2-3 weeks, until they are ready to be bisque-fired. Each piece is then individually considered, to be dipped or poured with clear glazes imported from Kyoto, Japan, prior to glaze-firing. Emma Lindegaard Studio works are all internally glazed with the intent that the vessels not only resonate an aesthetic voice, but are also functional, in line with their intended purpose.
Specifications Stoneware w. matte transparent glaze
9 x 10 x 23cm ( this vessel is watertight )
Handmade in Perth, Western Australia Please note that given the handcrafted, bespoke nature of Styled Notion pieces, items may vary slightly from the images depicted.