TACTILE

New works by Malcolm Greenwood

August 18 – September 9

Greenwood is one of Australia’s most successful potters, providing handmade ceramics for many of the great dining tables of leading chefs around the country.

This exhibition features the latest body of work that Greenwood made specifically for the Fred Olsen Racer Kiln at Morning View, Gulgong.

NOTE: our new gallery premises located at Level 1, 99 Crown St, Darlinghurst 2010 Hours are Wed – Fri: 11am to 4pm; Sat 12noon – 4pm

 

My objective is to produce work which is sublimely simple in shape and finish, creating objects which are a pleasing tactile and visual experience.

The focus on production has allowed me to develop a level of skill and discipline which continually brings more simplicity and freedom to both my exhibition and production work. There is a constant exchange, to and fro, between these contrasting areas of my work.

I gain great satisfaction from making beautiful objects which are used every day by thousands of people around the world – living spaces enhanced by forms and flowers, chefs creating mini sculptures of which my tableware is an integral part, hands wrapped around a warm cup – visual and tactile experiences as a part of daily life.

— Malcolm Greenwood 2017

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