We have had a lovely summer and the weather still looks as if it may stay a bit longer. In case it doesn’t, you can stock up on your essential reading with us. We stock Ceramic Review, Craft Arts, Crafts and Craft and Design Magazines.
We have had a new delivery of Iris Milward’s poetry tiles. If you have had your eye on one, we currently have a good choice available. New work has also arrived by Lincoln Kirby-Bell, Remon Jephcott, Christina Peters, Delan Cookson, Richard Glass, Janie Ramsey and Frances Spice. Work often sells before I have a chance to post it here, so it is always worth coming in or sending us an enquiry. If you are looking for something specific, we can order it for you or look out for something similar when visiting artists.
We are also getting ready for our textile exhibition in the autumn starting on the 18th of October 2013. if you would like to be kept up to date, why not join our mailing list by emailing us firstname.lastname@example.org.
A selection of the work can be seen in more detail in our online gallery . Always worth a visit.
Christina Peters works as a ceramicist at her studio at ‘Flameworks’ – Creative Arts Facility in Plymouth. She specializes in tableware, using white and black stoneware clay and porcelain, as well as more sculptural raku pieces. Her work is influenced by Japanese techniques and traditional forms as well as European modernistic movements such as Bauhaus, aiming for new contemporary interpretations of classic designs.
She is concerned with the fusion of form and surface, with clean sculptural lines, balanced with organically inspired finishes. She uses coloured slips, washes of oxides and glazes in combination with a raw, partly burnished clay surface to allow an undisturbed expression of form and material.
To view Christina’s work in more details, please visit our online gallery.