Ford's Factory
Stopping Bowl
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A deep bowl featuring playful gestural markings. Made from stoneware clay from Kūaotunu. 

For this body of work Josh Taylor has experimented with layering techniques to develop the surface qualities, which has created a colourful and painterly result. Taylor has predominantly used porcelain for these works, which compared to other clays reveals mark making with greater clarity and better holds the colour pigment of a glaze.

Taylor has described this collection as “colourful and dirty like rubbish; I have felt like now is the right time to over-indulge in this sort of vibrancy.”


DIMENSIONS D 180 x H 80 mm 

Made in Tauranga