Sarah Jenkins - Ceramic Showcase

2nd November 2019 – 11th January 2020

"From my studio in a shallow dip of rolling farmland, I witness the enduring landscape exposed to the weather, the changing seasons and passing of the sun.  I glimpse the progress of wild creatures in the margins and ponder on the various traces of human life."

 

 

A word from Sarah:

 

“From my studio in a shallow dip of rolling farmland, I witness the enduring landscape exposed to the weather, the changing seasons, and passing of the sun.  I glimpse the progress of wild creatures in the margins and ponder on the various traces of human life. 

 

This was an earlier attempt to describe the why and wherefore of my work.  Is it still true?  As usual, I find definition eludes me, although those words are at least in part true, I find my work is more abstracted now, more internalised.  With each piece of work I am on a quest for the right resonating frequency, something human, something describing nature and the rightness of it.  A kind of truth.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lidded containers
Lidded containers
Three small pots
Three small pots
Black box
Black box
Vessel
Vessel
Two small vessels
Two small vessels
Triptych
Triptych
Three small lidded vessels
Three small lidded vessels
Iron box with grey blue slip
Iron box with grey blue slip
Landscape sculpture
Landscape sculpture
Loading the kiln
Loading the kiln
Three small vessels
Three small vessels
Small landscape pots
Small landscape pots

Please note the works pictured above may not necessarily be exhibited in this show.  The photos below were taken when the show was first set up so the pieces may still be available for you to purchase.  Please contact the gallery via email or telephone to make an enquiry.