The last group of pieces for the Brewery Arts exhibition are in the bisque firing; a good glaze firing came out last night, and we have sent off the invitations for the launch event on 14th March. 271 more words
Tags » Contemporary Ceramics
Anyone following this blog will know that I embarked on this project in an attempt to change my work practices to ease my ‘deteriorating physical condition’ (Thoracic outlet nerve damage in hands and arms resulting from tears in shoulder ligaments and subsequent muscle tension). 462 more words
Things have been happening at Junction Workshop.
Every available horizontal surface is now supporting a growing collection of half finished pieces, potential pieces in the form of huge leatherhard slabs, drawings, linocuts (for making impressions) and a huge sandbed in which the next group of pieces will be formed. 248 more words
When I was studying for my first degree (Corsham 1977 -80, a ‘Leach tradition’ studio ceramics course leaning heavily towards functional thrown stoneware), I felt myself to be out of sync with many of the other students, desperate to use colour, humour and figurative decoration. 201 more words