For Oxfordshire Artweeks this May I will be opening up for the first time my ceramics studio, along with 10 other artists from Ayres House Studios in Wallingford.
My studio will be open to visitors during most of the open days; this is where l will be sharing my current work, creative processes, and studio set-up. A selection of vessels will be available to purchase from my studio, as well as through the Ayres House Studios gallery e-shop www.ayreshousestudios.co.uk/gallery-shop.
For more exhibit information please visit www.ayreshousestudios.co.uk/artweeks-2021 and on our Artweeks venue listing.
Gē / yi / noun, derived from the Greek word γῆ, meaning earth and soil. Ge is a parallel form of Gaia, γαῖα (gaia); in Greek mythology, Gaia was the personification of the Earth.
For me, Gē encompasses identity for my design approach. Working as a landscape architect and being interested in the notions of topos, land, and earth, Gē emerged as a name to reflect both the physical properties of the material used in ceramics (earth, ground, soil, clay) and my passion for creative and integrated design in and with nature. My work aims to explore the fine line between functional and sculptural vessels, in search of forms and expressions that reflect harmony in their quietness.
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