Display sprays of spring blossoms in a sculptural vase that is also a piece of art.
Ceramic artist Erika Arbour-Nevins believes that you should play with asymmetry when arranging flowers, and that’s just what her custom-made Arc vase is designed to do. This sculptural swoop has 17 holes of different sizes to arrange blooms of all sorts. It is handmade to order, of speckled buff stoneware in white, black or a natural clay with a glazed interior.
The Sooke-based artist originally designed the vase for the bar corners at Wild Mountain restaurant, but Arc could easily work in any home setting, too. It’s just what you need to showcase spring’s branches of cherry blossoms, bunches of tulips or fragrant bundles of fresh herbs.