Here is an example of Beverley’s work: 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 how she find and makes the shapes: Advertisements Continue reading Ceramics as touch-seeing: Beverley Bell Hughes
Lina Lav makes exquisite ceramics with recurring motifs of bee, honey, feathers, gold paint and text. Check it out at her website.
Based in Boone, North Carolina, she is also developing canvas painting – as featured on the front screen of her website. This is her sole painting so far, but obviously one to watch out for.
Thankfully, there is an abundance of ceramics choices. Despite this appearing under our blog section “Thing of Beauty” – you can see that there are no less than – well – three. So we are in plural things of beauty land here.
What do you see in this featured photo of one set of Fiona’s ceramic works? (My answers at bottom of this post). Here’s a brief taster of an article in Craft Scotland – full version here. she’d like her work to be on show at the new V&A in Dundee, Scotland (currently being built) she makes freestanding ceramic assemblages very influenced by medieval art in … Continue reading Ceramics craft and Fine art: Fiona Byrne-Sutton
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 purchase in Liberty’s London or online, on his website http://www.jimbobart.com. They … Continue reading Quirky Ceramics Painting
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 show in Birmingham – both shows in mid June Continue reading Ceramics newsflash…..
From subtle textural fossil to glowing coloured interiors of vessels… Sytch Farm Studios has got it going on. Potter Gill Thompson throws, turns and glazes the works, in Shropshire, England SY5 7LL – and you can choose from a wide range of colourways to make your own dinner service (a lovely indulgence for a wedding list!). If you have an order value over £200, you … Continue reading Ceramics – Sytch Farm Studios SY5 7LL