New York City–based ceramist (and florist) Aviva Rowley creates Wet Vessels: vases, planters, and pots with moody, gunmetal glazes. But be warned: Each piece is one of a kind, so when it’s sold, it’s gone.
Florist Rowley got her start in the business as an intern to Manhattan florist and garden designer Emily Thompson: “Emily Thompson … is an amazing artist and sculptor turned florist—so there was never much separation between sculpture and flower arranging,” Rowley recently told Freunden von Freunden. “For me, they are just different materials. I didn’t know jack about flowers when I started working for her.”
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