Harris Deller's work is anthropomorphic and influenced by Cycladic figurines, reliquary guardians and the space found within the ceramic vessel. He has a keen interest in proportional relationships, balance and the inconsistencies that are created. His work is informed by anomalies that occur through process, and pays attention to what deviates from the planned. Line, geometric form, basic color, pattern and repetition, along with a strong affinity for precision, abstraction and the marking of time make up his visual vocabulary, standing as a metaphor for fertility, fecundity and the contradictions of life.
Sculptural vessel with concentric arcs within divisions. Slab constructed porcelain.
• 19.25" height of vessel
• 12" width of vessel
• 3" depth of vessel
• One of a kind