Emma Lindegaard is a self-taught ceramic artist based in Fremantle, Western Australia.
Her objects are built entirely by hand, using the coiling method and minimal tools over multiple days, allowing space for spontaneity, intuition, and experimentation to inform the final piece. As a result, each work is a unique expression, often led by exploration of negative space, organic curves, and clean lines.
Minimal yet refined finishings honour the raw earthiness and emphasise the form. Textural glazes and slips are added to create a tactile response, connecting the viewer with the object; grounding them in time and place.
Emma’s ongoing development in abstract sculpture is born out of time immersed in the landscape, drawing inspiration from rock formations and natural structures. It is also informed by architectural periods, design movements, and the modernist artists before her.
Emma’s work in abstract sculpture is born out of time immersed in the landscape, drawing inspiration from rock formations and natural structures. This form was inspired by eroded rock formations commonly found near bodies of water in Western Australia.
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