Prism exhibition at Thrown Ceramics in London

When Gallery Director and Curator Claire Pearce contacted me about putting together a collection of ceramic works and original works on paper for a group exhibition, Prism, she was organising at Thrown Contemporary, I was really excited. Thrown Contemporary is a London-based a gallery specialising in original ceramics, works on paper and canvas, and has been exhibiting my work for a year now .

Series of original works on paper on show at Thrown Contemporary, London

My submission for Prism was started while I was living in London. The clay and paper works are characterised by an in-depth investigation and an intense interest in materiality. Revelling in the material qualities of a wide-ranging selection of media, this ceramic series frequently displays exuberant texture fields, impastos and gestural smears. “Skins” are applied in layers - the material self-arranges across the surface.

The response from collectors in London was amazing, I can't wait to show more pieces at Thrown.

Ceramic Confetti Vessels and Cylinders made with refined granular textured surfaces made from re-used ceramic dust connects paintings to clay works.

Works by 11 international artists from The Netherlands, Spain, New Zealand and the UK, amongst other countries, have been put together for Prism. The exhibition opens September 9th and I'm very excited to be exhibiting alongside some of my favourite contemporary ceramic artists - Roger Coll, Jo Davies, Arjan Van Dal and Phillipp Schenk-Mishke.

There will be a unique aspect to this exhibition where the audience will be hosted via live virtual Private View with a gallery tour and introduction to each artists' work. An exciting new format and mode of presenting work, allowing for an in-depth experience regardless of where the audience is around the world.

The zoom private view gallery tour of the exhibition will be going ahead at 6.30pm BST on Thursday 10th Sept 2020. Link as follows:

If you are London-based, the gallery will have a special late opening on Friday Sept 11th, until 9pm for a limited number of booked viewings. Full details on the Thrown Gallery website: