top of page
Tess Miller investigates the connection between the embodied practices of clay construction as she physically molds and materialises shapes.
Transformation occurs through the hands of this artist creating broods and families of new organic forms fortified through the alchemy of fire, becoming monuments to the natural world.
Tess Miller creates biomorphic abstract forms that work with both negative and positive space, using her hands as tools, embedding the clay and listening to the whispers of where the clay wants to go.
Interested in transforming movement into shape, natural pigments and form that hold its own, Tess physically works clay bodies into tactile objects that are both grounded and open.
Driven and excited by clay as a medium, Tess works intuitively and slowly to achieve unique, timeless, one off pieces to last a lifetime.
bottom of page