Receptacle | rɪˈsɛptək(ə)l/
A hollow object used to contain something 
With the need to tackle plastic consumption, and inspired by traditional Japanese packaging, ‘How to Wrap Five Eggs: Traditional Japanese Packaging’ by Hideyuki Oka
Ross has manipulated recycled autumn leaves, dried flower heads and plant roots to create a series of bowl-like receptacles.
Media; recycled autumn leaves, orchid roots, king protea, umbrella papyrus roots, recycled threads
'My artistic practice is rooted in experimentation with natural processes and the idea of place. Three key aims are sustainability, recycling, using localized resources, trying to minimize my artistic footprint while engaging the viewer in discovering beauty in the transient.' Ross Belton
All photographs Jonathan Dredge
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