Jane Perryman
ceramics
Vessel and sculptural forms exploring surface, balance and ambiguity. Smoke Firing demonstrations at 4.30pm on each open day. Books and DVD available
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For many years my work has investigated the vessel as an abstract form. This has developed into sculptural ideas which allude to the timeless vessel form as well as referencing contemporary urban structures such as buildings, walls and bridges. The sculptural work explores tension and balance where two forms are placed together as well as the ambiguity of weight through internal space (all work is double walled and hollow). The composite pieces are not static and invite interaction through repositioning their elements into new arrangements and compositions.