7.3.07

perfectly balanced form


in today's episode of vessel wednesday we are once again using the services of a stunt double.

today, a beautiful white ceramic bowl by the late
restaurateur turned ceramicist Anders Ousback.


image from rex irwin gallery.

3 Comments:

Blogger Laura said...

Hi Carson! Thanks for your comment on my blog.

Here's the scoop on Patons SWS. It stands for "Soy Wool Stripes", it is 70% wool and 30% soy. It is pretty similar to SWTC Karaoke if you have ever seen that. It sells at my craft store for US$5.99 a ball, which is a pretty good price. It has about 110 yds per ball, I think. I LOVE it. (I have to say, I have been pretty impressed with the Patons yarns I have used.) I am making a Lady Eleanor entrelac shawl with it now and will be posting pictures on my blog in the coming days.

Is it not available in Australia? That surprises me, since I thought this was an Australian yarn.

8 March 2007 at 1:28 am  
Blogger UNIFORM Studio said...

perfectly....perfect.
Love the thinness.

8 March 2007 at 10:19 am  
Anonymous sahara said...

I love porcelain, and that bowl is simply beautiful. It is no accident that it was made by a restauranteur. I went to the Sydney Morning Herald to learn about him. So sad. But, he left such beauty. Thanks.

8 March 2007 at 2:40 pm  

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