THOUGTH BUBBLES 1-45 / AJATUSKUPLAT 1-45
Stoneware, thrown wall art objects, 2018, Kökar & Helsinki
Photo by Maija Ukko / Rõõm
THOUGHT BOX / AJATUS RASIA
Stoneware, wheel thrown, 2018-2019, Helsinki
THOUGHT BUBBLES 2016-2018
Stoneware & finnish wild clay. Hand thrown wall art pieces. I started to work with these forms in The Åland Archipelago Guest Artist Residence in Kökar, summer 2016. Part of The Collection of Finnish State Art Commission.
Heidi Aulikki -containers 2017
Stoneware. Hand Thrown. Various sizes.
Heidi Aulikki -earings 2017
Porcelain & silver. Hand thrown. Various sizes
THOUGHT 6, 2016
Stoneware, thrown object, wall piece, diameter 260 mm
THOUGHT BUBBLE 2016
Local clay from the island of Kökar, wheel thrown, diameter 130 mm, depth 60 mm.
LASKOS nro.6, 2015
Work lamp, porcelain & brass, base and shade diameter 95 mm, height 300 mm, photo Sanna Käsmä.
POLTTAJAT 2015 & 2016
2000 mm x 1500 mm, wheel thrown ceramic shingles & video. Video is filmed in Kohila Ceramic Symposium Anagama firing summer 2015. Hand made ceramic shingles are producing canvas for video which shows anagram doorway opening and closing. Video shows how fire is hungry and needs to be fed all the time with wood. Polttajat was presented in Behind the Seen -exhibition at Porvoo Art Hall 2016. Theme of the exhibition was to tell stories behind process of making ceramic art.
LIQUID GOLD -tableware
size - 35 cl
material - stoneware ceramics
technique - wheel thrown, decorated with liquid gold year - 2016
place - Helsinki, Finland
Liquid gold additions make ordinary looking tableware objects treasures. Simple decoration makes the user to ask questions. What have happened? Why the gold is melting away. In Finnish Design there is a taboo about unnecessary decorations. You should not make them. For me decoration is necessary to make the ob- ject pop. As well as functionality is important it is important be visible.
I LOVE SUSHI -tableware 2016
Stoneware, wheel thrown, plate: 270 mm x 110 mm x 5 mm, soy sauce bolw: diameter 70 mm, depth 20 mm, chopstick rest 40 mm x 20 mm x 10 mm.
CERAMIST AT WORK 2012
The artwork Ceramist at Work reflects on current mindsets of ceramic designers. The piece consists of porcelain figurines - statuettes of creative workers lost between craft and networking. A collaboration with Vesa Kattelus and Marjukka Takala for UKLY.
JEWELS OF GLASS 2009
Glass, glass additions and engravings to classic Iittala design, small: 21 cl. (H 80 mm x D 80 mm x W 80 mm), large: 40 cl. (H 120 mm x D 90 mm x W 90 mm), 2009.
Presented in Tokyo Designers Week 2009 in Glass Design Update exhibition.
Photo: Chikako Harada.
LIQUORICE / LAKU 2008
Glass, 190 mm x 330 mm.
MASCULINE VANITY 2005
Glass, monitor glass. Presented in Voimat -exhibition at Fiskars Village
Glass, engravings to car windows.