Walter Keeler: Shards of Life. In conversation after his solo show at Llantarnam Grange, Cymruby Natasha Mayo
It occurred to me that you really enjoy how stories thread themselves within and around objects, so I was hoping we could use the ceramic shards you have collected since childhood as a timeline to exp…
On the occasion of Brian Rochefort’s first institutional solo exhibition Absorption by the Sun, at Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara, the artist sat down with curator Alexandra Terry to discuss…
Helen Evans: the Future of UK Ceramics
As technology expands the world’s ability to communicate, what happens to hand-crafted items, such as ceramics, that used to be sold at galleries and fairs?
Scott Meyer: Searching for the Personal in the Iconicby Richard Hirsch
Artists usually develop their work with strategies that encompass concepts, personal aesthetics, formats, mediums, methodologies, techniques and presentations. Following individual paths, an artist’s…
An Interview with Tony Martin