This asymmetrical plate/tray is about 28 centimetres long and 10 centimetres wide.
Heather Smit lives in Toronto, Ontario.
The pots I make are an exploration of how sculptural form, function and simplicity can exist in the everyday, utilitarian object. The soft slab, hand building process is a direct reference to the construction of old-timey, worn tin ware. Surface created through wood firing helps evoke a sense of nostalgia, creating a dialogue of memory between user and maker through everyday use.