Milan 7-10 March 2013
Two pieces go to Milan,Retrospect sold Golden Lilly and Bold Blue Peony, check out their Planet Retrospect link to see images of work.
Brussels Art Fair
Woodfired Shino equine vessel SOLD
by Retrospect Galleries
Taking history as a starting point my equine vessels and sculptures have multi-surface decorations and expressions that suggest layers of social and political meaning. Layered glazes, such a magnesium crawl glaze, Cobalt oxide and barium based slips, are applied with broad strokes to enhance texture. The surface cracks and crazing convey the difficult journeys of the horse and riders spirit from the past to the present. My work also references feminine connections with horses through the relationship of the shape of vessels/forms and their decorative elements.
Opened by Lyn Cole at 6.30 23rd March at Tweed River Art Gallery Regional artists Sue Fraser, Ruth Park and Louise Fulton have been influenced by the cultures of Asia and the Middle East, through travel, residencies and ceramic festivals. ...