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“In the wild, plants have adapted their scent and color to help attract creatures to pollinate them, with the end goal of propagation,” begins Audry Deal-McEver in explaining her inspiration for creating.
“In a similar way, artists and designers throughout history have adapted their floral symbols to attract consumers that will acquire and spread their new patterns and designs. I find the analysis of this visual evolution increasingly relevant as humans spend less time outdoors and our botanical inspired décor becomes a surrogate natural experience.
“I have been doing studies of the different botanical symbols seen throughout history and carving them onto white clay vessels. My end goal is to create ornate, utility-based forms that inspire users to engage in slow, deliberate moments of sustenance.”
I few years ago I traveled to the Netherlands to spend three weeks researching historic Dutch tulipiere forms, along with Delft pattern design. Since then, every year I make a few really extravagant tulipieres that often take tremendous amounts of time and energy.
Probably a pattern designer. I'd love to make wallpaper and fabric!
Oh, my titles are completely boring - Things like "Large Vase No. 2." For me, titles are just utilitarian and descriptive.