8.5 x 9 x 9 cm
fired and glazed clay
Food and dishwasher safe, do not mircowave.
Bring the beauty and awe of the ocean closer to home with this cup inspired by the diversity of the Pacific West Coast; the edge of a continent where the Coastal range plummets into the vast depth of the Pacific Ocean. Using sgraffito as method, hand drawn sketches linked to geographical place are added onto thrown ceramic pieces and fired to Cone 10 Reduction resulting in a symbolic appreciation of the coastal region.
Kate Arkiletian was born in the West Kootenays, British Columbia. She received her BFA in ceramic sculpture from the University of Waterloo before going on to complete a Professional Diploma in Ceramics from the Centre de Ceramiques Bon Secours in Montreal. She is an active member of the Burnaby Potter's Guild, taking part in the biannual art show and sale. Kate has exhibited with the North Shore Arts Council at the District Foyer Gallery and with the Seymour Gallery in the Discovery juried exhibits. Kate Arkiletian lives and works in North Vancouver, BC.