About the artist
Large figurative ceramics and otherworks
As a ceramic sculptor, I seek to represent the human condition in my figurative works.
I use a heavily grogged stoneware clay which gives a strong tactile element. Using iron oxide, I have painted some sculptures giving a rich, earthy texture. The firing process is then quite serendipitous but highlights the connection between humanity and the natural world.
Through the repetition of the human form, I aim to draw attention to the individuality of each sculpture, as well as recognising the collective power of a group. By the use of space and placement, a dialogue between the sculptures and the viewer is created
Some sculptures have closed eyes, giving a sense of peacefulness and serenity and inviting the viewer to contemplate their own relationship with the world around them.
I seek to draw the viewer into the space, to find a moment of contemplation and connection and a time to engage with figurative sculpture in an inquiring and meaningful way.
Going north from Chichester take A26 Midhurst off Northgate Gyratory. Just after ‘The Bell’ PH turn left into Somerstown. Left again (parking) follow signs to No 12 Somerstown.
12 Somerstown, Chichester, PO19 6AG