These beautiful and minimal tumblers feature embedded found materials from around Nova Scotia (metal, glass, sand, brick, etc. from beaches and shorelines in Port Greville and Townsend St, Lunenburg. / Second Peninsula, Townsend St & Feltzen South Rd.)
See 3rd image for source materials.
Thanks to the one-of-a-kind handmade process and materials used, no two tumblers are exactly alike.
Makes a great multi-use cup, perfect for juice, wine, water or as a vase.
Please note: Due to the found materials embedded in the clay, pottery is not microwave or dishwasher safe.
- Dimensions: ~2.5" h
- Diameter: ~3.5" at rim and ~2" at base.
- Slip-cast porcelain
- Lined with food safe glaze
- Handmade in Halifax, NS, Canada
Undine Foulds is an Indigenous interdisciplinary artist living in Halifax (raised in British Columbia). Her artistic practice responds to her paternal roots of the Red River Métis, and their cultural understanding that art is not separate from everyday life. To this end, she has been developing functional ceramic work, blending a high level craftsmanship with experimental processes.