These tables were made for private clients. I developed a clay body able to withstand extreme shrinkage stress, allowing for the forming of large seamless slabs. This clay body is also a version of the high contraction soda clay body I developed over a four year period, described this article: Ceramics Monthly. José Rodrigo An old-school metalsmith from Madrid, the highly talented Spanish-Canadian José Rodrigo designed and hand hammered all the metal work. He had an impeccable, lyrical touch, and I am grateful to have known him, and to have made many collaborations with him over the years.
Many Moons 18 D x 26i H in.
34 Lx 22 Wx 26 H in.
Tablet table 26 L x 14 W x 26 H in
30L x1 2W x 26H in
Star & Cross 26 x 26 x 26 in
Leaf Table 31 L x 14 W x 26 H in.
At the Canadian Craft Museum, the inimitable Sal Ferreras(right) is playing the "water drum" which we made in collaboration. When the metal rods are struck, they produce different tones depending on the level of water in the vessel. I am playing an Ududrum which I made using Neriage technique; one of the many types of instruments I made for and with musicians, both local and international.
Udu drum, pit-fired terracotta, 12in H. Photo: S.Bonn
Theses pieces are designed in collaboration with clients, interior designers, and architects.
Interior ceramic plaque 28Lx14W in. 6 in relief
Table top, soda glaze, 22Lx 16W in.
Wall-mounted light sconsce, 19 in H x 10 in W, Photo: J.Carter
ADDRESS PLAQUES Unit numbers designed for condominium developments. Click over image.