The most recent additions to my light collection are my winter sunflowers. These lights have a pleasant pattern even when unlit. Due to the long slender shape, the thin porcelain form bends and flows slightly while forming, resulting in a cylindrical, but unique, shape for each lamp.
In contrast, the windswept porcelain cubes were originally inspired by air and wind. However, fire is possibly more appropriate as the varying thickness of the shell lights up in a warm glow. With a thicker shell and matt finish, the lamp can look like a block of stone – the flower pattern is only visible when the lamp is lit. A thinner shell with a satin glaze brings out the pattern of the leaves and flowers
A collection of lamps of various sizes.
And some finer detail.