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Lara Scobie

b.1967

Tall Vessel, 2024

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H:60cm D:23cm
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Yellow Bowl, 2024

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H:21cm D:26cm
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Shallow Bowl, 2024

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H:10cm D:24cm
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Tall Tonal Vase, 2024

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H:37cm D:16cm
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Tall Oval Vase, 2024

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H:33cm W:16cm D:14cm
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Yellow Oval Vessel, 2024

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H:27cm W:18cm D:14cm
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Chartreuse Oval Vase, 2024

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H:25cm W:17.5cm D:15cm
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Ruby Vessel, 2024

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H:25cm D:20cm
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Tilted Vessel III & IV, 2024

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H:15cm W:12-15cm D:11-13cm
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Yellow Vessel I & II, 2024

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H:12-17cm W:7.5-12cm D:7-9.5cm
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Yellow Oval Bowl, 2024

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H:7.5cm W:17cm D:15cm
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Yellow Vessels III – V, 2024

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H:8-18cm D:7.5-9cm
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Small Bowl with Chartreuse Interior, 2024

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H:8.5cm W:12cm D:12cm
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Tilted Chartreuse Vessel, 2024

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H:12.5cm W:11cm D:9.5cm
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Small Vase V, 2024

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L:7cm H:15.5cm W:7cm
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Grey Vase with 23ct Gold Interior, 2024

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H:20cm W:9.5cm D:8.5cm
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Large Shallow Bowl, 2023

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H:8cm D:41cm
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Lara Scobie

Born: 1967

Lara studied ceramics at Camberwell College of Arts in London and has a Post Graduate from Edinburgh College of Art. Her current work is predominantly concerned with the dynamic interplay between form and pattern. This is explored through the cohesive integration of drawing, surface mark making and volume. She is equally interested in the space that surrounds pattern as much as the hue and texture of the decorated surface. This theme has been developed further within her ‘Tilted Bowls’ that articulate the symbiotic relationship between pattern and form. Surface pattern and colour observed in botanical life enable Lara to explore her love of colour and abstract pattern making.

Public Collections include:Paisley Museum, Glasgow, Scotland; Triennale de Porcelaine, Nyon, Switzerland; McManus Galleries, Dundee, Scotland; The Beaches Museum, Kansas State University, USA


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