Materials: Stoneware and volcanic, metalic oxide glazes
Method: Hand thrown
Care: Not watertight
The playful title of this piece echoes it's elegant yet characterful personality. Dora Goods black vessels display the beauty amidst the night. The detail of the spout and miniature 'impractical' handle' contrast wit the bold form and compliment the reflective glazing drawing depth and dimension whilst enhancing the space. The spectacular organic textures and crudely refined line and form echoes Good's incentive, to create an object of imperfect perfection by transforming the earth into a piece of beauty to outlive its creator. Her one of a kind pieces echo nature in their imperfection; humble and beautiful.
About the Artist
Dora Alzamora Good is part of the Alzamora and Good family matriarchal trio, living and working in Majorca. She is a third generation practitioner of ceramics. The inspiration for Alzamora Good’s designs come from her surroundings; feeling her work is a quest to express the balance of nature - imperfect perfection, the crude and the refined, the line and the curve, the space or the lack of it.