“A Kind of Forest”
10 vessels of stoneware and porcelain, ranging in height from 7″-12″, sit in a circle around a mirror. Their texture is drawn from the rock and forests I’ve traveled through as an outdoor educator and climber. A mirror sits at the center, in hopes that though the viewer may not be or feel part of the circle, they might see themselves reflected within.
These vessels– each with differences in texture, color, capacity– stand together in a circle, a sacred shape where no individual takes precedence over another.
Inspired by the many circles I’ve taken part in, most recently as a member of PGMONE Leaders Council. We are vessels holding space for one another, for possibility, for our communities, each of us in our own way, offering what capacity we can.
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