Victoria & Albert Museum, London
All five Gallery artists have made new work especially for the Fair:
TRACEY HEYES has a wall installation incorporating elements of the laser printed glass and embossed ceramics she has used previously in her large scale public works.
DAN KELLY is exhibiting his distinctive, large, thrown and altered black stoneware and porcelain pots plus a range of smaller scale pieces.
JULIENNE DOLPHIN WILDING ‘s wall installation “Riverbed Pictures: Fossils of Industry” consists of metal framed collages using found industrial metal objects from the River Thames. Also showing is her salvaged wood furniture.
PAUL SCOTT’s wall installation includes his limited edition digital transfer plates plus new 3D sculptural forms based on the familiar imagery of industrially produced ceramics.
GEORGE WALKER is showing his inimitable handbuilt ceramic sculptures which deal with the way individuals conform to society’s conventions and expectations.
Scott’s Cumbrian Blue(s) 05/02/04
Foot and Mouth Milk Maid
After the By-Pass
Relying on Science