Sarah Rayner describes herself as an artist working within a post-conceptual era. Originating from a textiles background, the Queensland-based artist who is now a porcelain artist seeks her inspiration from Australia’s flora. All the pieces are hand-crafted, even the smallest little details.
“Porcelain has its own historical and cultural references to drawing rooms, aristocracy, purity, and luxury,” the artist wrote on her website. “The earthiness of plants, the interconnected ecosystem, decay, and the cycle of life are distilled and accentuated by the cool, clean porcelain forms with their delicate pleats and clefts.”
Sarah shares some of her masterpieces on her Instagram account which bears her name and gained an audience of over 6k followers.
Scroll down and check out her work below.