Another great find from my brother’s honeymoon is Nuala O’Donovan — her works were also in the Organic Geometry exhibit. She too works in porcelain but in a very different way — she creates organic, intricate sculptures in the material.
These appear to be totally handbuilt and as porcelain dries so quickly I can only imagine that she might do these in pieces.
Obviously this appeals to me in every way — looks like part of the coral reef and is made of porcelain amoebas!
I have no idea how big the above is but I love that it’s porcelain lattice work – how delicate and beautiful.
I really have no words for how awesome I think the above and below sculptures are — with some mood lighting I can only imagine they’d get better too. They make me want to go scuba diving!