What kind of ceremonies do you think of when someone mentioned ritual? Maybe you think about a long, complex series of archaic chants. Some may excuse rituals as religious or old fashioned but they are an essential part of the human condition and remain in practice until this day. It’s true that rituals have been heavily used in religious circles, and sometimes give people a bad taste in their mouth. But do they have to? What about your morning beverage or the peculiar order you follow while preparing a bath?
A few years ago, Olivia Henrie of Innerspacism and Malinda Fisher of Desert Rose Jewelry shared a studio space in a garage and spent most of their time “playing store.” At the time they never knew their dream of opening up a storefront in Salt Lake City would finally come true.
Inspired by the last frost of spring, this line was created with everyday essentials for the home in mind, such as salad plates, dinner plates, bowls, cheese boards, and vases. Each piece is handcrafted with dark grey clay, hand pressed with a delicate tulip print texture, and finished off with a glossy white glaze utilizing a wipe away technique to give the ceramics an illusion of frost.
Fill your space with these quality, modern pieces such as hairpin metal stands, tables, chairs, shelving, wall hooks, and other designs. Shop this exclusive collection online or at Innerspacism’s brick and mortar located inside Atelier
For every dollar spent at a locally owned business, four times that amount stays in their local economy rather than with a national retailer. Shopping local makes sure your tax dollars are reinvested in the community.
Inspired by the beauty of Utah and it’s versatility in landscapes and local wildlife, Monica’s fine art reflects just that in her oil paintings which are mostly painted on location. Monica has been painting since she discovered her love for it as a child.
Introducing Innerspacism’s first exclusive line of ceramics inspired by maker Olivia Henrie’s memories of watching her grandmother crocheting lace during the cold days of winter.