Dry Riverbed and Restaurant Commission
This work is a study of rocks from the Cardrona River. My ceramic rock-making stems from concerns of human impacts on the ecology of our precious lakes and rivers, and what this means for our future. To make the work, I 'borrowed' eighteen rocks from the river which I intend to return. Although a small gesture, I believe that small things accumulate to make big changes.
The plates are composed with food and functionality in mind as an extension of a chef's presentation. They offer restaurants the opportunity to buy locally-made and are a collaboration between maker and chef.