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Flip it, tip it, roll it, or set it at rest.

This series of reversible vessels invites curious hands to discover opposing notions embedded in its design: motion against stillness; right side up versus upside down. The dualities in form and function create a peculiar tension that is explored and resolved through touch and play.

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Each of these handmade, double-walled forms are thrown on the pottery wheel in one continuous sitting, using a single piece of clay. They are not produced using molds or by the joining of separate parts. The reversible vessels in this series required careful experimentation and prototyping in order to achieve good balance and stability, whether standing in rest or flipped over and nudged into motion. Inspired by the simple silhouettes of traditional wares found throughout history, this series reworks familiar geometric forms to create new ways to engage and delight.