Thomas Marrinson

"I'm attempting to make a simple, uncomplicated form that we encounter daily—a bowl—and imbue it with wonder and illusion. Is it glowing from within? Is it filled with color, or is it bottomless?"

These decorative vessels are studies in simplicity and grace of form. Juxtaposed colors enliven each other, while the luminosity of the interior surface attracts the viewer to its bottomless feel. The bowl form, while typically functional, becomes a sculptural and contemplative object that has elements of illusion.
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