_____INSTALLATIONS_____ > HALO

Halo Series.  2014 Residential Installation.  Katherine Dube 2000-2016.
Porcelain
156" x 36" x 1"
Halo Series.  2014 Residential Installation.  Katherine Dube 2000-2017.
Porcelain
156" x 36" x 1"
Halo Series.  2014 Residential Installation.  Katherine Dube 2000-2017.
Porcelain
156" x 36" x 1"
Halo Series.  2014 Residential Installation.  Katherine Dube 2000-2017.
Porcelain
156" x 36" x 1"
Halo Series; Cascade with color. Installation.  Katherine Dube 2000-2017.
Porcelain
180 x 180 x 1"
2013
Halo Series; Cascade with color. Installation.  Katherine Dube 2000-2017.
Porcelain
180 x 180 x 1"
2013
HALO, CASCADE. (detail image 2)
Porcelain
180 x 180 x 1"
2013
HALO, Eb and Flow
Black Stoneware
42" H x 102" W
2011
HALO, Eb and Flo (detail 1)
Black Stoneware
42" H x 102" W
2011
HALO, Eb and Flow (detail 2)
Black Stoneware
42" H x 102" W
2011
HALO, Eb and Flow (detail 4)
Black Stoneware
42" H x 102" W
2011
HALO, Eb and Flow (detail 5)
Black Stoneware
42" H x 102" W
2011
HALO, Droplet
Porcelain
72 L x 18 W"
2011
HALO, Droplet. (detail 1)
Porcelain
72 L x 18 W"
2011
HALO, Droplet. (detail 2)
Porcelain
72 L x 18 W"
2011
Droplets
Porcelain. Wall Installation
2011
HALO, Droplets II
Porcelain
96 x 120 x 2"
2012
HALO, Droplets II (detail image 1)
Porcelain
96 x 120 x 1"
2012
HALO, Droplets II (detail image 2)
Porcelain
96 x 120 x 1"
2012
HALO, Droplets II (detail image 3)
Porcelain
96 x 120 x 1"
2012
HALO, Reclaimed
Reclaimed Clay
2011

HALO is a site-specific installation series. The name derived from a spherical collection of luminous stars. Each Halo installation is a multiple of hundreds of circular ceramic bands suspended through its own architectural atmosphere. When the ceramic pieces overlap; the formation plays with the light, giving off their own 'halo'.

Within the Halo series, is HALO, Reclaimed. Having the opportunity to integrate different clay bodies into unique patterns of coloration; combining the natural, organic esthetics of the clay.

The result is formed from a mixture of recycled red, brown, and gray stoneware; creating a variation of color and unique patterns (marbling) within the clay body.