Barry Canter’s vessels are connected through their cylindrical shape, yet no two are exactly the same. Hand built using traditional slab construction, each form is made from the scale of Canter’s own hand. Canter uses various tools to create contours and then a smoothing tool to integrate the forms. Once the clay dries, a scraping tool scratches the surface. The firing in the kiln offers a final, uncontrolled effect. The end result is a piece which is inspired by the natural world.