A solo show by ceramicist Keeley Chapman
‘Wife, mother and artist creating interpretative sculpture by harnessing the raw elements of nature: earth, fire, air and water. Beautifully unique and decorative pieces forged in the ancient art of raku.
Keeley evokes fragility in her art and uses materials which have been weathered naturally. Often this involves firing clay at lower temperatures and using glazes which, over time, can react to their environment. This natural decay hints at the circle of life: from the earth, of the earth, and back to the earth.’
Visit the exhibition every Thursday to Saturday 10am-5pm. Open evening Friday 9th September.
Join Keeley on Saturday 17th September for a demonstration and ‘have a go day’. More details to follow!