A Boy, a Bird, and a Bag, Ceramics and Glaze, 2017  Our memories play an important role in who we are. Experiences, lessons and emotions all come together to shape every step we take. An amalgamation of the joys and disappointments of life. Artist Luke Desmone uses this sense of memory to communicate his fascination with the misunderstood and fantastic, addressing humanness. He also strives to examine the role that society and its imposed archetypes have on us, our personalities and more importantly, our behaviour with one another. Using ceramics as a medium, he tries to create the humour and pathos that closely relate to his experience and general confusion about life and the individual.  Feature originally published in CreativPaper Issue No. 12 Vol 3. Click  here  to read. Images photograph by Perry Melat.
       
     
 Somethings Happen There, Ceramics and Glaze, 2018 
       
     
 A Relic of Boredom, Ceramics and Glaze, 2017
       
     
 A Boy, a Bird, and a Bag, Ceramics and Glaze, 2017  Our memories play an important role in who we are. Experiences, lessons and emotions all come together to shape every step we take. An amalgamation of the joys and disappointments of life. Artist Luke Desmone uses this sense of memory to communicate his fascination with the misunderstood and fantastic, addressing humanness. He also strives to examine the role that society and its imposed archetypes have on us, our personalities and more importantly, our behaviour with one another. Using ceramics as a medium, he tries to create the humour and pathos that closely relate to his experience and general confusion about life and the individual.  Feature originally published in CreativPaper Issue No. 12 Vol 3. Click  here  to read. Images photograph by Perry Melat.
       
     

A Boy, a Bird, and a Bag, Ceramics and Glaze, 2017

Our memories play an important role in who we are. Experiences, lessons and emotions all come together to shape every step we take. An amalgamation of the joys and disappointments of life. Artist Luke Desmone uses this sense of memory to communicate his fascination with the misunderstood and fantastic, addressing humanness. He also strives to examine the role that society and its imposed archetypes have on us, our personalities and more importantly, our behaviour with one another. Using ceramics as a medium, he tries to create the humour and pathos that closely relate to his experience and general confusion about life and the individual.

Feature originally published in CreativPaper Issue No. 12 Vol 3. Click here to read. Images photograph by Perry Melat.

 Somethings Happen There, Ceramics and Glaze, 2018 
       
     

Somethings Happen There, Ceramics and Glaze, 2018 

 A Relic of Boredom, Ceramics and Glaze, 2017
       
     

A Relic of Boredom, Ceramics and Glaze, 2017