Interrupted by Rachel Grimshaw
A beautiful stoneware sculpture, architecturally inspired in striking blue. The piece has a stunning three dimensional quality catching the light from various angles.
Dimensions: (W) 7cm x (H) 24cm x (D) 7cm
"My work is about the clay; its pliable, immediate qualities. Like a photograph capturing a ‘frozen moment’ this material when fired fixes forever a gesture, an impression. I work in both solid porcelain and (separately) heavily grogged solid stoneware. In pushing the material to its limits my wish is to explore three dimensional shapes while retaining a real sense of the character of the clay. How the light interacts with a piece is an important factor in the presentation of the work. Although my sculptures have no prescribed narrative, there is a meditative quality." - Rachel Grimshaw
Image: Ryan Mullally of Olive Studios