River Rock Lantern
The winter landscape in Vermont, the subtleties of light and shadow, and the resulting shapes and patterns are a constant source of inspiration. Frost forming on the rocks in a half frozen river gave Tabbatha her newest design idea. She pierced the porcelain with shapes that seem to tumble along at the top edge of the lantern. The etherial light escapes the lantern and creates a beautiful focal point in your environment.
- Hand cast + carved porcelain
- 10" tall
- Candelabra socket + 7 watt bulb included
School for American Crafts, Ceramics, MFA 2010
Tabbatha’s love of clay began when she was a young girl. She eventually studied at The School for American Crafts to earn an MFA.
Her studio in rural Vermont surrounds Tabbatha with natural beauty. The winter landscape with the ever-changing subtlety of light and shadow infuse her designs. Nature and her appreciation for the simple clean lines of Scandinavian design inspire her to express the simple beauty of the natural world and to make beautiful objects that even the most discerning animal would have in its den.