This is a corner of the place where I work, a converted coach house at the back of a grand square in Kemp Town, Brighton.
Layered metallic glaze transformation. Battersea art fair this weekend.
Developing pigeon shapes, as in real fancy life.
It didn't take long for Charles Darwin to fall under the spell of the pigeon, it's individual personality, it's intelligence and adaptability, which goes someway to explain why these creatures are so abundant across our planet. They originated in the Middle East and moved on to inspire the greatest naturalist in his discovery of natural selection.
I do love those moments in ceramics when a glaze transforms a piece of work. this one is reminiscent of shellacked plaster or varnished wood. Always my intention!
Peace, love and inclusion
A selection of one off birds with individual markings and hues are celebrating winter at Cameron Contemporary in Hove, East Sussex.
A quarter of Flock have arrived in London for the ING Discerning Eye exhibition at the Mall Gallery until 26th November 2017
It's the last chance to see Flock in the vast, atmospheric Rye Monastery, East Sussex
Film maker Camille Griffin's interpretation of Flock at Rye Monastery is an atmospheric journey
The Crafts Potters Association have selected this wonderful photo of Flock as their photo of the week.
It was a party befitting a Fellini film with staggering artworks in every corner of the building alongside Alex Macarthur's globally sourced antiques, until the end of September 2017.
A remarkable 14th century monastery, saved from dereliction, will form the dramatic backdrop for art, sculpture and antiques carefully curated by Alex Macarthur, from 15th September . Flock at the ready...
A large collection of Ponti birds will be exhibited with Cameron Contemporary Art at Hampstead art fair from 11-14th May.
A shelf stuffed with inspiration.
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Sowing some seeds for the start of this matt black avian tribe.
Commissioned for a stunning regency house
A shoal of Coral fish exhibit at Cameron Contemporary Art
A flock appear at Battersea Art Fair for the weekend