Darryl Frost

“To banish imperfection is to destroy expression, to check exertion, to paralyze vitality.”
– John Ruskin The Stones of Venice
Darryl’s work is a tactile and intuitive response to nature taken from his surroundings at Kina Beach. His keen observations run wild and combine with the individual idiosyncrasies of the source of clay he uses.
These are the sources of inherent creation, the elements in between the make and the kiln, where the unexpected leads the way to imperfect.
When Darryl’s pieces are unveiled from the kiln true beauty is revealed, altered and twisted; a sculpture in itself, the raw materials shaped by man and fire.
This is the anti-computer, this is life!