Sarah LawlessKaslo, BC
Drawing on her rural childhood and her world travels, the work of Sarah Lawless represents an intermingling of the wild natural environment and the weathered ancient products of human endeavour, worn away by time and the elements. Her functional porcelain ceramics combine ergonomic usability with a sculptural emphasis on form. Lawless attended the Kootenay School of the Arts (KSA) in Nelson, BC. Lawless was awarded two BC Arts Council Scholarships, received the Purchase Award in the International Orton Cone Box show that toured the USA, and participated in the BC-Tajimi Exchange Exhibition in Tajimi, Japan.
Eggshell Cup with Puddle Plates
Sarah Lawless creates a line of functional porcelain ceramics, combining ergonomic usability with a sculptural emphasis on form. Sarah is a graduate of the Kootenay School of the Arts where she received two BC Arts Scholarships and was apprenticed to internationally acclaimed potter Wayne Ngan. Sarah draws on her rural childhood and her world travels to create work that represents the wild natural environment and human surroundings. Her forms are whimsical, asymmetrical, soft and undulating. Sarah's work was recently included in the 'Celebrate Craft' exhibition in St. John's Newfoundland.
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