Dimensions: 23cm(H) x 23cm(W) x 1cm(D) / 9.1"(H) x 9.1"(W) x 0.4"(D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
'Disproportionate Teapot' is a playful reinvention of a household teapot. The piece was hand-built by the Artist using a coiling technique. Curiously, the design focuses more so on aesthetics rather than function. Although this form is somewhat functional, it is a decorative piece.
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Based in: Brisbane
Steph Woods, also known as Invention Collection, is a ceramic artist and designer currently based in Brisbane, Queensland. Steph completed a Bachelor of Fine Art (Visual Arts) at the Queensland University of Technology in November 2017. Her work is a homage to personal experiences, gestures and sentimental values.
'My mother has always treasured old cake tins, porcelain cups, and quirky teapots. So, from a young age, I developed an understanding of sentimentality and value in handmade or unusual. She taught me the value of objects, which has encouraged me to only purchase things that I have a strong connection with. This childhood love for interesting objects founded my appreciation for the handmade. This is reflected through my process-driven practice with hand-built ceramics, as it is a window into my morals and understanding of possessions.’
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