1. Fingō no.14 - Helena Lacy1. Fingō no.14 - Helena Lacy

Fingō no.14


9 × 7.5 × 22.5 cm
1.5 kg
Stoneware, Ceramic

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The ‘Fingō’ collection is inspired by the female body. Taking aspects of the body that are traditionally feminine, such as curves and reassembling them to create an abstract expression of the female form. I started making this collection back in 2016, though I found myself going down different paths, I was able to revisit this concept during the lockdowns, re-sculpting and designing some of my original ideas.

The word ‘Fingō’ comes from the latin verb meaning to shape, form or knead (dough)

H 22.5 x W 7.5 x D 9 cm

Weight 1.5 kg
Dimensions 9 × 7.5 × 22.5 cm
Care Instructions:

Hand wash if needed.

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Helena Lacy

Helena Lacy is a ceramic artist who lives and works in London. She graduated from Wimbledon College of Art, with a degree in Technical Arts and Special Effects.

Known for her tactile hand-built sculptures and vases, Helena takes inspiration from the natural world. Her work reflects the textures and colours found in organic objects. Even down to the clay mixes she creates, she wants to celebrate clay and its origin.

The female body and nature have always been the main themes in her work and sensation is at the centre of it. The way a sculpture feels in your hands is very important to her and she uses shape, texture and repetition to achieve this. She wants her work to be touched and be pleasing to hold. Her practice lends a playful approach to ceramics – learning with our hands, interacting and discovering.

Helena has created a collection called fingō, a series of sculptures and vases based on the female body. Aspects of the body that are traditionally feminine (such as curves) are reassembled to create an abstract expression of the female form. 

She creates her work from her studio in Shepherds Bush, West London.

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