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...
Sketches in Clay

Sketches in Clay

Every year begins with quiet, starts to gather pace and the big bang firework display is Christmas! Then the quiet returns. In that quiet time my head feels the purity and out come extremes of my experimentation. January became the time when I was pushing my wheel...
Delicious Dorset

Delicious Dorset

Anyone who has known Dorset all their lives will find it a very hard place to leave. It leaves poetry in your veins. Dorset folk know how to sum up Dorset in few, and singularly simple words. This exhibition is an ode to having Dorset and the Dorset way in my veins,...

Sketches in Clay

Women as vessels. The collection so far is of a domestic kind – figureheads on boats become creatures in their own right – ceramic people that contain liquid, and pour as jugs. Sculptures that are also vases made to display the fleeting beauty of fresh...

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