Dorsal Fin Sushi Platter
Laura Wee Láy Láq
These striking sushi platters are made by award-winning Stó:lō potter, Laura Wee Láy Láq. Their elegant, sculptural form represents the dorsal fin of an orca. Both of the two ceramic platters feature a rounded rectangle shape, with ends that are raised upwards, engraved with an orca fin design. The front dish is a matte teal colour, and the rear is shiny and red.
Laura Wee Láy Láq studied ceramics along with painting and printmaking at Douglas College and at the Vancouver School of Art. Teaching has been a significant aspect of Wee Láy Láq’s career, and she has taught at both the Emily Carr University of Art + Design and Coquitlam College. She has also produced a line of Northwest Coast dinnerware called Kwelas. Her work has been featured in exhibitions locally in the Vancouver and Surrey Art Galleries, as well as internationally.
- Available in glazed red or matte teal
- 12.5" x 3.5."
- choosing a selection results in a full page refresh