Sinead works with porcelain and white earthenware clay to form tea lights evoking the fragility of eggshells, pushing each one to a non-uniform shape. The porcelain is kept minimal with a burnt copper edge, the translucent properties of porcelain come alive as the light dances and glows through. The earthenware are finished with various glazed interiors, the candle light bounces around the glossy interior, the natural clay exterior is sanded for a smooth finish. Sinead is a believer that ceramics are to be tactile.
The Tealight Bowls evolved from the porcelain tealights. The forms are very organic, each one highly unique.
The crumpled vases are made from contrasting clay of either porcelain or crank stoneware. These are manipulated in an organic way to create bends and folds, evoking folds of fabric, whilst still retaining a functional purpose. The etchings highlight the curves of the form