Brad Moss: Wishing Pot
Brad Moss: Wishing Pot
Brad Moss: Wishing Pot
Brad Moss: Wishing Pot
Brad Moss: Wishing Pot
Brad Moss: Wishing Pot
Brad Moss: Wishing Pot
Brad Moss: Wishing Pot
Brad Moss: Wishing Pot
Brad Moss: Wishing Pot
Brad Moss: Wishing Pot
Brad Moss: Wishing Pot
Brad Moss: Wishing Pot
Brad Moss: Wishing Pot
Brad Moss: Wishing Pot
Brad Moss: Wishing Pot
Brad Moss: Wishing Pot
Brad Moss: Wishing Pot
Brad Moss: Wishing Pot
Brad Moss: Wishing Pot
$77.00

Brad Moss: Wishing Pot

Hobart artist Brad Moss draws inspiration from the ancient ceremony of Asian pottery. A handwritten wish was rolled up and placed inside a cylinder, then into a jar with a lid, buried in the ground for generations later. This history greatly inspired Moss, each Wishing Pot is unique and one of a kind, much like their ancient counterparts.

Brad Moss has exhibited at Design Tasmania in 2007, 2013 and 2018.

Available in various Tasmanian timbers and a hammered patterned finish, each pot is unique and features handle of hand-crafted alloy wire.

Small:
Myrtle with Huon Pine Lid: 80mm Diameter | 90mm High
Eucalyptus with Huon Pine Lid: 80mm Diameter | 90mm High
Myrtle Burl with Huon Pine Lid: 85mm Diameter | 85mm High
Narrow Brushed Huon Pine with Burnt Lid: 50mm Diameter | 110mm High
Eucaluptus Burl with Huon Pine Lid: 70mm Diameter | 85mm High
Huon Pine with Myrtle Lid: 80mm Diameter | 85mm High
Hammered Huon Pine with Myrtle Lid: 85mm Diameter | 60mm High

Medium:
Huon Pine with Myrtle Lid: 100mm Diameter | 70mm High
Hammered Huon Pine with Myrtle Lid: 95mm Diameter | 95mm High

Large:
Hammered Huon Pine with Burnt Lid: 115mm Diameter | 100mm High
Grooved Huon Pine with Burnt Lid: 145mm Diameter | 90mm High
Myrtle with Huon Pine Lid: 100mm Diameter | 100mm High
Narrow Myrtle with Huon Pine Lid: 100mm Diameter | 150mm High
Tall Brushed Huon Pine with Burnt Lid: 120mm Diameter | 260mm High
Squat Myrtle with Huon Pine Lid: 140mm Diameter | 130mm High

Hobart artist Brad Moss draws inspiration from the ancient ceremony of Asian pottery. A handwritten wish was rolled up and placed inside a cylinder, then into a jar with a lid, buried in the ground for generations later. This history greatly inspired Moss, each Wishing Pot is unique and one of a kind, much like their ancient counterparts.

 

 

These are artisan produced goods due to the handmade nature of the work, variations will occur from product to product.

Photo Credit: Design Tasmania 2020