Hand-built stoneware ceramics inspired by westerly coastal regions of Wales and Scotland. The bottles are slab built, with small necks and shoulders to give the work a figurative feeling. Bowls and vessels are pinched and coiled offering the impression of washed stones and shells. Decorated with slips, marks and glaze to create a sense of the sea and shoreline.
I am member of the Makers Guild of Wales and my work is available in galleries across the country.
What to expect:
Developments from drawings of ancient objects, tools and rock carvings found in coastal regions of Wales and Scotland. The latest work, including sketches and workbooks will be on display.
Tea, coffee and I can rustle up a cake too!
From Chester pass the Glynne Arms, once past Gladstone Way and war memorial on the right, Wold Court is the next right.
Please park on the drive or in front of the house.
Bus: 4, 4S and 11
Train: Wrexham to Bidston Line
Lunch, afternoon tea or just coffee and cake in the serene Gladstone's Library. If you're in a hurry to see more artists, grab a sandwich and cake form the newly refurbished Hawarden Post Office.