Earth-shine is a unique collection of 13 wall-mounted pieces was developed as part of a series of projects exploring landscapes. These projects symbolically marked the conclusion of my transition form a landscape architect to a ceramic artist.
This Moon-inspired work additionally relates to my partner's professional interest (he works in astronomy and space science) and brings together the celebration of the lunar calendar (the 13 full moons per year) with the anticipation of the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing.
The piece was exhibited at the Scottish Pottery Association "Space to Grow" exhibition.
(One set only; theprice is for all 13 peieces.)
These three evocative scupled shells were made as part of a landscape exploration series in 2018.
It brings together one of my favourite motives, the organic growth and shape-forming, with my love for the sea and hidden/inaccessible places.
This work was exhibited as part of Scottish Potters Association Summer Show, Edinburgh Ceramic Worshop Exhibition at Lennon Gallery and at the St Columba's Annual Exhibition.
(One set only; price is for all three shells.)
With its organic form, this sculptural work is highlighting the fragile symbiosis of briliance of birth and growth, with devastation of death and decay.
Its free-flowing form was accentuated with gold coated linoramics-driven leafs, combining the structure of grometric orderiness with the chaos of organic potency.
This piece was developed exclusively for the Space to Grow exhibition in 2018. It was subsequently also shown at St Columba's Annual Exhibition.