Work now showing at glasburyarts.co.uk by kind invitation from John Fitzgerald. A glorious assemblage of ceramics and glass, for an all to short period of time.
My usual beach haunts have been set aside for a while as I find myself surrounded by the glorious summer landscapes both here in Wales and Norfolk.
I have spent studio time creating large printed sheets of paperclay which I then explore to find hidden vistas. These little tiles are only ‘post-it’ size and will shrink further in the firing before being framed. A real return to my printmaking past.
I was delighted to be approached by Hadfield Fine Arts earlier this year to be a part of their Winter Exhibition 2016.
As a result, my work is being shown from this Saturday 13th -28th February http://www.hadfieldfineart.co.uk/events.asp
I’m at a stage where I am itching to work with some new moulds… making them however is never my favourite job! The floor of my studio will testify to many a deluge of liquid plaster!
It’s a job I prefer to do when the weather is dry and sunny and I can put them outside on the sunny balcony at Fireworks, to dry. We haven’t had much sun recently so I returned to a previous form when I had the urge to ‘go large’ this week.
I had forgotten how heavy a big plaster mould is when filled with 5 litres of slip…as the floor of my studio will testify!
Today I dodged the downpours to deliver work to Boundary Art Gallery, Cardiff Bay for inclusion in ‘Mono’
I am delighted to have been invited to participate in this unique exhibition and new work from my Tidal Range and Limestone Pavements series will be on show from 16th January until 1st March 2016.
Check out http://www.boundaryart.com for further details