Brian Kakas: Tectonic Perceptions #7, 2010. White stoneware, slab built, 33”H x 26”W x 28”L, Cone 9 Reduction
Jasmin Rowlandson: Arcing #2
Jasmin Rowlandson: Myriad #2
Jasmin Rowlandson: Flora
“The core inspiration of this body of work is a celebration and dedication to the immense beauty and fragility of the natural world.
My sculptures are explored from a feminine viewpoint and inspired by my relationship and fascination with nature, the land, water, and the environment.
Current inspirations stem from places that captivate and hold an emotional and visual pull, from certain areas of coast, reef, field, and wood. To the uninhibited growth of corals, lichens, mosses and fungi. The eroticism of unfurling flowers. The awakening of seeds confident of their purpose. The wild places under log piles housing micro worlds.
I’m exploring the rare, the everyday, the endangered, the ordinary and the spectacular.
My work is made from porcelain paperclay and terracotta paperclay. One of the many qualities of clay that I embrace is its capacity to hold movement and energy. By Working with a paper clay of my own mix these qualities continue to resonate once the work becomes ceramic thus enabling me to create my desired delicate, organic, fronded forms. I employ different methodologies of making depending on the requirements of the individual piece. Most of my work is hand built but I also work with paper-thin sheets of clay and some press moulding techniques.” Jasmin Rowlandson
Chris Wight: Organic Modular Construction (detail)
Chris Wight: Organic Modular Construction, Slip-cast hand-carved and glaze-bonded bone china. Materials: Bone china, silver, concrete. Dimensions: w21 x d8 x h20 cm
Jasmin Rowlandson: Elemental Synergy
Jasmin Rowlandson: Mutations
Chris Wight: Biolithic forms #3
Chris Wight: Corona Formation #3