Tuesday, 12 November 2019

Ceramics at the Bevere Gallery




Another excellent exhibition at the Bevere Gallery, Worcester.






Christy Keeney:

In Christy Keeney's figurative ceramics, sculpture and drawing overlap. In the early 1980s Keeney visited a retrospective exhibition of Picasso at the Tate gallery and many of his influences derived from seeing that work - especially a collection of small cardboard cut-out and folded figurative sculptures. These two dimensional pieces opened a world of possibilities on how he would approach his work.

He lives in Donegal.


















































Sasha Wardell:


Sasha Wardell's distinctive work is a combination of pure white slip cast bone china, treated with unique decorating techniques and finished in a carefully chosen palette of muted, subtle colours.


















Lara Scobie:

Lara Scobie's work explores the dynamics of simple, clear forms along with the interplay of pattern, drawing and mark-making on a three-dimensional plane. She creates her work using a slip cast method, pouring liquid clay into plaster moulds which she then individually shapes before applying her intricate patterns and drawings on the surface. She uses Parian ware, a type of bisque porcelain that imitates the texture and look of marble.























 Ian Sherman:





 Adam Buick:









 Jack Doherty:














Katharina Klug:









Jewels Williams:






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