“Our relationship with the landscape is defined by constant movement. By moving through the landscape we leave a trace that marks the earth’s rich surface. The restless pattern of light and weather changes the land’s form before us, as surely as rounding a corner changes the view.”
Ceramicist Sarah Ormonde details the movements and marks of change in the landscape via her delicate but earthy work. Her medium is a mix of porcelain and terracotta, which creates a deep, rich body on which to draw and build surfaces. A dry glaze and matte finish characterises her inlaid and oxide-layered forms, which are wheel-thrown, reduction-fired and domestic in scale.