Wow it has been a really long time since I have used this blog but I feel it is time to revisit. It is weird looking through the archive of my previous posts and seeing work dating all the way back from college! I have been very busy this last year with my ceramic sculptures, here is an update as to what they look like now (^.^)
Continue reading Hello again!
I am having fun making these little spirits and experimenting with clay additions. This little spirit and his stand are made out of recycled porcelain and red earthenware clay. Continue reading Balanced Spirit
These little creatures are made from recycled terracotta and porcelain slip. They still have a few stages left before they are finished, including a glaze firing. I enjoyed the making process behind hand-building these little guys, they remind me of little spirits or guardians. Continue reading Organic Ceramic Forms
I have been making porcelain pinch pots experimenting with different surface decorations Continue reading Porcelain Bowls
Within the past few weeks I have been learning how to reclaim waste clay. I have been making pinch pots with the results and combining the clay bodies with handmade frit and waste porcelain slip. I am pleased to confirm they have survived their bisque firing and are now ready to be glazed. Continue reading Dissertation research: reclaimed clay
Block Tea Caddy Trio, 2014
Earthenware with decorative slip and a clear domestic-safe glaze.
‘An Important Thing’
Handbuilt stoneware bowls with domestic glaze (set of 5)
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Currently exhibiting work at the Lowe-Holland Gallery, Cornwall as part of their Underpin exhibition. Underpin is a collection of fine art and contemporary craft by Falmouth University students. The exhibition will be running from the 3rd- 28th June 2015, private view 11th June @ 6pm.
Image from Lowe-Holland Gallery.