Closed Forms – Planetoids

Still working on ceramics at Chambers Pottery. Here are 2 examples of a closed form, inspired in part by the exhibition of Ken Price’s work at the Met . The closed form is interesting, internal space and external being completely separate until an additional negative space is created to link them. Without the holes, the existence of the internal space is only a conceptual idea. These 2 are approximately 4 inches in diameter.

The recent visit of Comet ISON inspired the naming.

planetoid 1b
planetoid 2
planetoid 1a

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~ by scultore on December 1, 2013.

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