Wormwood Absinthe Fountain


Porcelain, brass spigot, cubic zirconia, silicone, cone 6




My porcelain tableware and serving sets comment on the relationship between humans, nature, and food. Each piece is designed for a particular dish or beverage and the aesthetic decisions are informed by researching their history, production, and plant-based ingredients. The specific plants inspire my forms, surface designs, and patterns. I adorn my vessels with floral ornamentation to celebrate nature and gatherings centered around food. I embellish my porcelain forms with gemstones and luster to reflect the preciousness of the object and to celebrate the occasion for which my work is used. The interaction with these delicate objects demands the user to be conscious of the present moment, while also fostering a greater sense of appreciation.

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About this Artist

Stacy Larson

Stacy Larson

Originally from rural Minnesota, Stacy attended Syracuse University where she received her BFA, double majoring in Ceramics and Jewelry/Metalsmithing with a minor in Retail Management. Stacy has received several awards and scholarships for furthering her ceramic studies, including residencies at the Chautauqua School of Art, NY as well as The Pottery Workshop in Jingdezhen, China. After graduating, Stacy spent a year in St. Petersburg, FL as a resident artist at The Craftsman House. In 2019 she completed a yearlong Post-Baccalaureate program at Louisiana State University. Stacy has worked at craft schools including the Anderson Ranch Arts Center and Touchstone Center for Crafts and has taught several classes including two 5-day workshops. She is currently pursuing an MFA in ceramics at West Virginia University. Her work has been shown in galleries throughout the United States.
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