Hexagon-shaped tile/trivet by Summerland pottery artist Jean Evanishen. This work is a hexagon-shaped tile which can be hung on a wall or used as a trivet. Constructed of red clay with hemp cord for hanging; felt tabs on reverse side and incised design with various coloured glazes. Piece measures approximately 17.5 cm (6.75") x 17.5 cm (6.75").
Artist's statement about their work: "For upwards of 50 years, I’ve been producing traditional wheel-thrown and hand-built functional and decorative pottery. Recently, I’ve embraced the joys and challenges of using clay in two dimensions for wall plaques and in partnership with another artist, a mural. For centuries, cultures throughout the world have used clay tiles to cover and decorate vertical surfaces such as walls. While traveling in Portugal and Spain, I was intrigued and inspired by the beautiful work of unknown craftsmen. In these pieces, I have chosen to use 'clay as my canvas'."
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