Dragon’s Egg

Dragon’s Egg

Ceramics, charred wood, distressed photocopies, gold lustre The Dragon’s Egg only hatches in the fire breathed over it by the mother. After the drenched flames leaves a stinking charred nest high above Battersea, London. In the charred nest blooms a wise old owl with...
“So Far…”

“So Far…”

“So Far…” is a piece of artwork in the guise of a book. There needed to be a book, everything that had happened in my life to date culminated in that understanding. My publisher father would pull stories from thin air at night, my art teacher taught us about...
The Many Vesseled Women

The Many Vesseled Women

‘Vessels are female. There is no doubting it in my mind. Bowls, vases, the shapes simply lend themselves to curves and rounds.’ Philomena Harmsworth, a painter of twenty years has moved to East Sussex and discovered pottery. She says that last year the paintings were...
Early 2017

Early 2017

Vessels are female. There is no doubting it in my mind. Bowls, vases, the shapes simply lend themselves to curves and rounds. Receptacles, the word describes a receiver. Both these things I have added together to give my work it’s current direction. Every year...

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