I am enjoying working with a new shape: Menhir, named because it reminds me of the stones that Obelix carries around in the Asterix books, which helped me learn to read French!
Here are the first two menhirs, which develop different themes that I have been exploring in my past work: weaving patterns and trompe l’oeil.
Here is a lovely video of some of the pots that were exhibited at the Herrick Gallery in February. Courtesy of Marcus Cole.
What to say? Privileged, delighted, lucky? Whatever the appropriate word is, I’m amazed to have one of my pots featured in the Modern Art section of Vogue Living, in German Vogue June 2018.
Thank you Katharina Hesedenz for selecting Flat Oval Vase: Arrow Heads (i) and to Vanessa Daly for photographing it so beautifully.
In stark contrast to the previous commission, this one specified bright, colourful, sunny and three-dimensional…
Many thanks for the challenge Laura!
I spent a cheerful afternoon with Arnaud Pitois yesterday making videos of some of my pots.
Here is the first. This is of Flat Oval Vases, Squares (i) and (ii). The inverted pattern of squares enables these pots to work as a pair – or individually.
To find out more, and see other pots that I have made, do visit the webpage. Prices and commissions on request.
Enjoying making commissions
Here is a preview of the works that my sister Sophie Arup and I exhibited at the Sisters.2 show at the Herrick Gallery, curated by Marcus Cole and Issy Ogden