Lost Flower Mound
Description: This unique porcelain form is part of Rosa Nguyen's collection of exquisite hand size porcelain and glass vessels and stem holders inspired by Ikebana the Japanese art of flower arranging. On it's own or paired with a stem holder or organic form to create playful table displays or contemplative art pieces. This white porcelain lavender mound with cobalt blue tip is made from fired porcelain lavender flower heads. Looks beautiful paired with one of the glazed porcelain plant stem holder.
Hand crafted in the artist's studio. Makes a beautiful gift on it’s own or matched with another organic vessel or stem holder.
About Rosa Nguyen: Ceramic and glass artist Rosa Nguyen brings a fusion of western and oriental sensibility to her timeless unique objects and elegant contemporary designs. Her organic vessels and holders draw from her passion for Japanese flower arranging, London gardens and parks and the weed sprouting nooks and crannies of urban pavements. Her contemporary hand decorated bone china tableware 'Chimera collection' of is also available on Culture label and make beautiful table companions to these unique small art objects.
Her ceramic and glass objects can be seen in many international museum collections and been featured in numerous exhibitions including her signature wall installations 'Living wall' and Gardening with Morris ' at the Saatchi gallery and Compton Verney. Her large wallpaper, ceramic and glass tableau recently won 1st prize in the John Ruskin award. More information on her work and how to commission can be found at http://www.nguyen-ceramics.co.uk + https://vimeo.com/rosanguyen + http://rosanguyen-ceramics.blogspot.co.uk
Sizes: H: 10cm x W: 10cm