A member from London Potters has two tickets, plus accommodation, for Aberystwyth. If you know anyone who might be interested ask them to get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, May 07, 2011
Thursday 12th May to Saturday 21st May
11.00am - 4.00pm daily
Living by the Fowey River has inspired me to make a collection of traditional and sculptural ceramics that I hope evokes the textures, the changing nature of the water and the places of interest on this beautiful river.
All the pieces in this exhibition are essentially vessels, the traditional potter’s form, in many cases here opened out to plates to show the colours and decoration derived from local materials. The sculptural forms evoke the hard physical aspects of the shoreline.
Central to my ceramic work at Westcliff Pottery is the use of locally found materials for decoration and texture and in this exhibition it is appropriate that all the clays, beach sand and ash have been gathered in or near the Fowey River.
Westcliff Pottery, 22 Tower Park, Fowey PL23 1JB
and ash have been gathered in or near the Fowey Rive
Posted by Mabena at 12:00 PM