Unusual and imaginative ceramic sculpture, inspired by natural forms, including the female body, displayed in the exhibition Unquiet Life at The Plough Arts Centre with the painter Richard Meyer.
About The Artist
My ceramic sculpture is semi-abstract, spontaneous and very personal, embodying ideas of growth, change and fruitfulness. The pieces, including heads and figures, are abstract or semi-abstract. I use porcelain paperclay for some of the smaller pieces and a robust stoneware paperclay for others, with a lot of colour.
The work is hand-built using coiling and pinching techniques.
I am also exhibiting in the Artist’s Showcase at Jill Rousseau’s gallery in Bideford.
Featured Image : Wild Bloom, ceramic
Artwork or Image Titles
Strong Woman, ceramic
Wild Bloom, ceramic
Growing Tall, ceramic
Extra Activities During Open Studios
Demonstrations: Handbuilding with clay
Cost of Extras: Please check with the Plough nearer the time
Booking Required?: Yes
Session dates and Times : A workshop on hand building ceramic sculpture is planned for Saturday October 1st
Children: Suitable for Adults and children 11+
Venue Address and Contact Details
Venue number: 13
The Plough Arts Centre.
9-11 Fore Street,
Great Torrington, EX38 8HQ
Phone: 01237 459295
Town centre site with bus service and cycle ways.
Parking: Close to a car park
Children: Child friendly Venue
Disabled Access: No Disabled Access:
Directions: Centre of Great Torrington town, see www.theploughartscentre.org.uk
NDArt Trek 2016 – September 10th to 25th – Opening Dates and Times
Weekend dates are Sept 10-11th, Sept 17-18th, Sept 24-25th
Open all 3 weekends of the Event?: Yes
Weekend Open Times: 10.30am – 4.30pm. Not Sundays.
Weekday Open Dates & Times:
The Plough Arts Centre – Artist will be in attendance the afternoons of September 15, 16, 21, 24
The work can also be viewed during the normal opening hours of the Plough Gallery – open Tuesday to Saturday weekly.
Open at: 10:00 am Close at: 07:00 pm