Ceramics and stone carved forms. Informed by my local landscape which is abundant with forms for light to roll over and cast up into sight: ancient stone circles; sloping valleys with towering beech woods; surprising gullies and folds. And this light falls on the modern too: handcrafted stone walls; machine-made furrows.
Combining the traditional ceramic process - building up to form vessels; also stone carving - paring away to reveal form - I explore the relationship of light with form. How does it shift and shape it, rolling over edges, curves and impressions? How does it deepen, soften or sharpen what we see?
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