Handkercheid PlateSold Out
5 x 30.5 x 30.5 cm
This large plate was thrown on the wheel and finished with a floral slip patterna and subtle gray glaze. Great for serving food, and as a decorative piece.
Care Instructions: dishwasher, microwave, & food safe. To prolong the lifespan of handmade pottery it is recommended to handwash.
Coral Patola is a POC artist working predominantly in ceramics and sculpture. Currently living on the unceded territory of the Líl̓wat Nation, known as Pemberton BC. Born and raised in Vancouver, Patola went on to earn a BFA from Emily Carr University of Art + Design with a Major in Illustration, graduating in 2016. Throughout their degree, Patola focused her work by combining their two passions for illustration and clay. Following their studies, they went on to develop a private home-studio and start their small business as Piton Pottery. Continuing to work in utilitarian ceramics and sculpture, Patola has exhibited juried works throughout Canada and the USA. Patola is a proud member of the Potter’s Guild of BC and was part of their collection of juried artists on display at The Gallery of BC Ceramics from 2017 until the gallery’s dissolution. Patola has offered insights into their practice and creative process through published interviews and through CBC radio with Sheryl Mackay.