This striking joint exhibition reveals how two ceramists – one crafting vessels, the other sculpture – explore geometry and form, harnessing smoke firing to enrich their works.
Sue Hanna’s bold vessels bring a contemporary language to historic influences such as tribal art and the abstract figure. Sue embraces the meditative process of hand building, using clay slabs to develop clean vessels and sculptural totems.
Antonia Salmon’s abstract sculptures, intended to be experienced more than understood, capture qualities of the natural world. Driven by a love of geometry she slowly and deliberately develops her forms until the shape is resolved, often combining different making methods.
Join us for the chance to appreciate these diverse yet harmonising collections of work in parallel with one another.