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Huxley Vase in Orchid- Elyse Graham

Manifested by Los Angeles based sculptor, Elyse Graham, the Huxley Vase in Orchid is 10" h x 5.5"w x 5.5"d and is part of her Microbe Collection. This vessel features a soft orchid color as the base with a cluster of soft pink circles and halos and a blue-gray reverse gravity drip at the neck of the vessel. 


Using balloons as the base for creating her vessels, she is able to achieve a variety of shapes. Once the shape has been created she moves into building the interior of the vessel culminating layers of colorful translucent resin and allowing for the material to drip and create her signature reverse gravity drips featured on the neck of each vessel. 

Huxley Vase in Orchid- Elyse Graham

  • Elyse Graham is the founder and creative director of the studio. Driven by Elyse’s unique vision of building a studio that fosters and emphasizes connection, play, and experimentation (of people, processes, and in turn the objects created and shared) our small team works closely and collaboratively on each project.

    Elyse received a BA in sculpture and semiotics at Brown University. After years of making sculpture and running a business in jewelry design, Elyse decided to merge her separate practices and redirect her attention toward collectible design in 2013. The creative trajectory of the studio is heavily influenced by Graham’s background in fine art, specifically her interest in process-driven and material-based artwork. The studio’s vocabulary of shapes, patterns, and forms comes from a lineage of unconventional processes Graham has developed and built for working with plaster and resin.

    Graham shares her studio as well as her home with her husband, Lewis Mauk and their daughter, Eero.

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