Based in a former cigarette factory in East Glasgow, ceramicist Viv Lee creates smooth-edged vessels that subtly reference the human body. During her degree in Fine Art Sculpture at Glasgow School of Art that Viv first chanced upon hand-building. She became instantly drawn to the process, finding working with clay both meditative and grounding. The vessels are glazed in a palette of whites, natural earthy tones or left unglazed to show the body of the clay. Adopting a neutral palette allows the formal aspects of the pieces to stand out, emphasising the primary connection of both body and vessel to the primordial body, Mother Earth.