Ribbons & rings - 2020

Collection of vessels which have been re-imagined, inspired by the need to re-imagine our world economy in relation to climate change. 
Sea Green Ribbon 3.jpg
Sea Green Ribbon 3 FOCUS.jpg
Sea Green Ribbon 3 MEDLEY.jpg
£60          h = 11 cm 
Oatmeal Ribbon 1.jpg
Oatmeal Ribbon 1 FOCUS.jpg
Oatmeal Ribbon 1 MEDLEY.JPG
£75         h = 16 cm
Sea Green Ribbon 2.jpg
Sea Green Ribbon 2 FOCUS.jpg
Sea Green Ribbon 2 MEDLEY.JPG
£50          h = 11 cm
Oatmeal Ribbon 2.JPG
Oatmeal Ribbon 2 FOCUS.jpg
Oatmeal Ribbon 2 MEDLEY.JPG
£60          h = 14 cm
Sea Green Ribbon 1.jpg
Sea Green Ribbon 1 FOCUS.jpg
Sea Green Ribbon 1 MEDLEY.JPG
h = 16 cm
Oatmeal Rings.jpg
Oatmeal Rings - left.jpg
Oatmeal Rings - base.jpg
Oatmeal Rings - top.jpg
h = 11 cm 
Sea Green Rings.jpg
Sea Green Rings - right.jpg
Sea Green Rings - left.jpg
Sea Green Rings - base.jpg
h = 15 cm
Sea Green Platter and Stand.jpg
Sea Green Platter.jpg
Oatmeal Platter.jpg
L = 12-18 cm, H = 6 cm
Mandy creates rings by deconstructing thrown vessels and uses hand-building techniques to twist them into ribbons to re-imagine new forms.  Half rings are added to vessels and used to create platters.  The striped designs, using masking techniques, reduce the use of glaze, while giving her audience a direct connection with the raw material.  Work is once-fired to stoneware in an electric kiln, powered by renewable energy.
Please contact Mandy if you'd like to make a purchase
- 10% of any revenues are donated to Ripple Africa