1-29 September 2018
Nerikomi Vessels ranging from 15cm to approx. 50cm tall.
Eye-wateringly fine technique and complexity of pattern.
|Scott Duncan Blank Expression, 2018, stoneware|
|the eyes have it - brrrr! From 1958|
|Lynda Draper, Tony, 2014|
|Ramesh Nitheyendran, Orange Mask, 2018 earthenware, shell|
|Tony Albert, No Place 3, 2009 type c photograph|
|Glenn Barkley (apologies missed this caption)|
|Rory Young, Glare, porcelain|
|Annabelle Stonehouse, Organism, stoneware, organic material|
|Emma Clark, Untitled, stoneware|
|Adrian Nelson, Rebirth Through Fire, stoneware|
|Anni Hapberg, Connections, porcelain, sisal|
|Leanne Marshall, After the Fire, porcelain|
|Kelly Greenhalgh, Embrace, stoneware|
|Kristin Burgham, Colour Play, porcelain|
|Nikolina Brown, Precious, stoneware, textile|
|Nicole Cocsis, Circle of Fifths, stoneware|
|Charles Buckner, The Winners, stoneware|
I don't call it a Spoiled Foot even though its a good summary. I call it a rotten foot. Picked up and then discarded, flying like Aphrodite and then based into the brick wall. I come limping home relishing in my attention. I am pain intolerant.
But I am not her, I am the blacksmith potter, waging war in the back waters. Trying my hand at this and that. Turning turning, hiding my limp behind the iron and the fire.
I am only Vulcan, only Vulcan.
My works are self-portraits that address my bodily scarring and the chronic pain. Chronic pain has no biological value, modern medicine cannot reliably treat chronic pain, it lacks both language and voice. The language of my clay making is my attempt to rid my bod of trauma and rescued my level of chronic pain. Catalogue essay by Virgina Leonard.
Ceramics by David Potter 1-29 September 2018 Craft Nerikomi Vessels ranging from 15cm to approx. 50cm tall. Eye-wateringly fine tech...