Green Fern Ramekin
These little ramekin dishes are each carefully built by hand. First the clay is rolled out, then the shapes are cut out. Once they are joined a fern is hand stenciled on using a screen print whilst the clay is still wet. Where I live, on the West Coast of Scotland, every year in late spring ferns start popping up and by the end of summer have taken over many areas of the hillside. I love how detailed they are up close, and from a distance I love how the green looks against the other colours of the Scottish Hillside. I tried to include this in these little pots. This pot was inspired by the Argyll forest on the hillside.
Each pot is about 6cm across and about 5.5cm tall.