Tamar’s range of contemporary porcelain is born of a fascination with dramatic forms – their textures, movement, contrasts and silhouettes.
The inspiration for the work is drawn from a myriad of sources. These range from gothic architecture and the designs of William Morris to domes and minarets, from skulls, antlers and Victorian shell encrusted follies to Ernst Haeckel and the mysterious world of the deep sea. Drawing on this imagery, she develops distinct bodies of work. Each piece although part of a series, is unique.