Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Lots of Little Uns


Lots of Little Uns from my recent firing. I got a bit carried away photographing these pieces - stacking and unstacking, rearranging and playing with colour combinations... 
                                

Most of these are making their way down to Victoria for an exhibition with Kenji Uranishi and Shannon Garson at the very beautiful Pomme. The show is called (funnily enough) Little Uns - small pots for a small space, and runs from April 4th to 24th. 


So if you're lucky enough to be in the Mornington Peninsula around then please drop by!  And if you haven't already, have a browse around Pomme's website.  The home page alone will make you want to pack your bags and head on down!  A beautiful gallery full of beautiful objects. 

10 comments:

Kim Wallace :: Udessi said...

Oh Mel these are absolutely divine! Why does Victoria have to be so far away?? Please let us know if at any stage these might be showcased in Brissie?

simone said...

oh ah! beautiful pieces.

reb said...

Hmm- clearly a day trip to the Mornington Peninsula is in order. These look earthy and honest and beautiful Mel- and the photographs are works of art too!

Pru Morrison said...

oy mel great! hand crafted-form, it looks beaut X

carole epp said...

ummm i'm fairly certain that i see my name on that grey on with black spots...

narragonia said...

Hi Mel, thanks for visiting my blog (it was a while ago now). Love your work! Turns out i will be visiting Melbourne at exactly the time that your work is exhibiting but i don't know if i'll get the chance to visit it...I hope i do though!

Amanda said...

Aww! they're so sweet. Love the handbuilt shapes. xox

Mrs M. said...

Yes it's very very nice ! Did you throw hem ???

Mel Robson said...

Hi Mrs M. The original form is thrown on the wheel but then i take a mould of it and either slipcast or pressmould them. And the work in your shop is DIVINE by the way!

Princesseneige said...

So beautiful Absolutely beautiful, poetical little miracles!