This contemporary take on the pottery of the 1970s is a beautiful piece and can be used for almost anything you can think of, although you may just want to admire it on a shelf. The smooth speckled finish and rough rim make it a really interesting piece. A nice pairing for the the Welsh Jug, also available on cedarlake.ca
Size: 6 1/4" x 2 3/4".
The Artist/Designer: Natalie Prevost is an award-winning clay artist. A native of a small French community close to Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Natalie started playing in mud long before being a clay artist. She now lives in Paris, Ontario, Canada where she has been teaching pottery for 20 years. In 2007, one of her pieces was chosen as a gift for Prince Andrew, Duke of York on his visit to Canada. “I love what I do… To keep my work fresh with shape and design I look to nature. It answers any questions I might have. I picked this art form for many reasons, one of which is having fire respond directly to the vessels and letting the earth, air, fire, and water speak for itself.”