Aurora Pots by Phil Cuttance
Published on November 22, 2013
A simple pot hand-cast in water based resin. Each lid is embellished using a simple ‘polish on water’ process commonly used to temporarily demonstrate light refraction.
A single drop of polish is dropped onto water. The beautiful, and usually momentary, slick that is created is then scooped off the water’s surface and onto the pot lid; each unique slick is captured permanently.
The luminosity of the pot lid changes when viewed from different angles, the spectrum appearing to shift with an almost three dimensional quality.
Every pot lid is unique, and numbered on the base (135mm diameter x 65mm)
Images By Petr Krejčí