Swimming Cloud Ceramic Sculpture by Tessa Eastman 2020

Tessa Eastman observes the very often overlooked detail of micro-organic structure to develop curious and ambiguous sculpture.

Undulating cloud like shapes are juxtaposed with mesh formation that reveal internal spaces.

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Tessa Eastman

Tessa Eastman is an award winning British ceramic artist with over twenty years’ experience of working with clay. She lives and works in London UK. Tessa graduated from the University of Westminster in 2006 with a BA Honours in Ceramics, and in 2015 gained a MA in Ceramics & Glass from one of the world’s most reputable design schools, The Royal College of Art. Tess Eastman's ceramic sculptures appear curiously alive with movement. Meticulously building forms by hand, she fixes ungraspable states such as fleeting cloud formations in order to signify duality and impermanence. Tessa observes that some clouds can be up lifting and provide hope whilst others can suggest impending doom.

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