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Puffball Puppy

$310.00

Use Coupon TAKE20 for a 20% discount on this item.

Cute little puppy dog with turquoise body and cobalt blue dots. I’ve placed a ceramic ball inside the body. If you shake the body it be ones a rattle.
freestanding, signed on the back.

Medium:
Ceramic, multi-fired
Width cm:
21
Height cm:
21
Depth cm:
13

SHIPPING

FREE SHIPPING within Australia by Australia Post.

INTERNATIONAL: $40 added at checkout.

DISPATCH: usually next day.

RETURN POLICY

If you're not 100% happy with your purchase within seven days of delivery, simply send the item back to us, and upon its safe arrival, you'll receive a full refund—no questions asked.

Sculptures are special! 
Research indicates that sculptures offer a unique depth of emotional connection, surpassing that of paintings.
While two-dimensional paintings confine life to two-dimensional space, sculptures bring life into three-dimensional space, resounding more profoundly with observers. Their tactile nature invites touch, allowing one to experience the texture, weight, and shape firsthand.
As meaningful tokens, sculptures transcend mere objects, making them remarkable gifts that foster enduring connections.

I am fortunate to work in a studio that overlooks a lush, green tropical landscape that is vibrant and paradisiacal. At my modelling table, I shape clay, and my thoughts often drift to my many visits to Japan. There, too, artists work with clay, their skills far surpassing mine. Yet we share a common philosophical thread: the concept of Wabi-sabi. In a world where technology effortlessly achieves perfection, Wabi-sabi becomes an anachronism.
Yet nothing embodies humility more than Wabi-sabi, which acknowledges all things’ imperfection, incompleteness, and transience. Noting perfect, complete, and lasting can be found in this world. Wabi-sabi surrenders to the limitations and imperfections of existence. As I model and glaze my pieces, I embrace this philosophy and join the flow of life’s transient river.
In their humble way, my pieces reflect a relaxed abandonment of exacting logical intellect, opening the door to a meditative, easygoing, humorous, and contemplative state of mind. In this space, imagination can roam freely, and a smile of pleasure may appear. When that smile comes from deep within, it can heal a troubled mind. In this way, my pieces, with all their imperfections and naiveties, become powerful Wabi-sabi medicine.