This sculptural art piece was hand carved by Rowley from stoneware, then fired in an anagama kiln over several days. The resulting sculpture makes a fine marker in any home or garden.
Rowley says, "With this series, I wanted to make sculptures that might be used to signify important places. I was also influenced by childhood memories of the road side markers which indicated distance to the next major town. They were made of any material at hand - wood, cement, stones, tin, etc.
I used the "kurinuki" style to make these works. Simply, the clay is shaped from a solid block and is then later hollowed out."
Dimensions: 33 cm wide x 13 cm deep x 44 cm high
RETURNS & REFUNDS
All work is hand made by Rowley Drysdale in his studio at Quixotica Art Space in Cooroy on the Sunshine Coast of Queensland. As all pieces are one of a kind, slight variations in size, glaze and design will occur.
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