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.
I am both delighted and sad to have sold this vase. Made in 2014, it has been with me for quite some time so I have grown to enjoy its company. I hope it enjoys its new home, in a restored 1960’s James Bond style mansion; I can’t wait to see the pictures!
The fifth video that Arnaud made is of one of the vases in my Tall Oval Vases collection. The woven pattern is generated by straight lines running from one side of the small oval at the base to the other side of the larger oval at the lip.
To find out more, and see other pots that I have made, do visit the webpage. Prices and commissions on request.
I’m delighted that six of my pots have been selected by Madina Benvenuto and Marine Halna du Fretay for inclusion in an online sale of unique contemporary ceramic pieces from across Europe. Do take a look, there are some lovely pieces on sale!
There is a nice mention of my work in the Bevere Gallery’s blog.
The gallery is currently showing a number of my pots until the end of September. I’m honoured to be part of their 10 year celebrations!
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