Ceramics as touch-seeing: Beverley Bell Hughes

Here is an example of Beverley's work: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCvxjjrx49E   If you'd like to see more of her work, Beverley currently has an exhibition at the Contemporary Ceramics Centre, called "Tidal Echoes", until 15th September. Blind from birth, Beverley uses texture as a way of seeing. And here is a lovely 12 minute wordless video of …

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Ceramics: Lina Lav

Lina Lav makes beautifully handpainted ceramics, based in North Carolina

“A Fine Line” – 4 artists’ exhibition, Edinburgh

City Art Centre, Edinburgh have a current exhibition curated by printmaker Angie Lewin and Lizzie Farey (willow weaver) who invited ceramicist Frances Priest and artist/printmaker Bronwen Sleigh to exhibit also.  (The exhibition runs until 18th February). It was an absolute pleasure to be with them yesterday, at their "In Conversation" discussion, chaired by Amanda Game (independent curator …

Quirky Ceramics Painting

Enjoying the work of James Ward, aka Jimbobart particularly on plates:     ... and there are doormats... a welcoming masked panda or a vaguely threatening cat ("I'm so sorry Mr Bond, but my villainous sidekicks must kill you - it's in their job description"... is what I imagine him saying) Jimbobart's works are available to …

Ceramics newsflash…..

words you don't see often together.  But if you sighed over the Sytch Farm Studio ceramics featured recently because you live nowhere near their studio - there are good news for folks in Birmingham and London as Gill Thompson has been in touch to say they will be at Taste of London and the BBC Good Food …