tulip II


Taking up gardening inspired the former lawyer Matthew Solomon to begin an entirely new career in ceramics. At his upstate New York studio, he painstakingly recreates flowers from his garden or bouquets from old master paintings. It’s a time-intensive process: Faithfully sculpting the spire of a delphinium or hand-glazing the delicate edges of a tulip can take him weeks. | Source: NYT | Photograph by Stephen Lewis. Set designer: Daniel Sean Murphy

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