Elizabeth Fritsch

“Architectural and essentially spiritual forms are explored in Elizabeth Fritsch’s poetic, ceramic vessel structures.” — Mobilia

“She describes her work as being in the “shadowy space half-way between two and three dimensions”. Her pots are hand built, made from coils of clay which are pressed and smoothed to form thin-walled stoneware containers that are perfectly balanced. Music is an important source of inspiration and many of her patterns are the visual equivalents of musical forms such as arpeggio and counterpoint. These precise geometric designs, with their sometimes dazzling optical decoration, give her work a particular harmony and beauty.” — British Council