Artist Corrine Edwards' ceramics and artwork are inspired by many sources and experiences. She draws on iconic imagery from diverse ancient civilisations -- such as West African Ghanaian Adinkra symbols with proverbial meanings and cultural and social references and Pre-Roman earthworks, archeological and maritime finds and artefacts.
Corrine's printmaking work utilises ceramic pieces in a series of photo etchings, including monoprints employing silver ink on black tissue paper. She also uses innovative techniques incorporating jewellery as printing plates.
Corrine's role as a London beekeeper combined with her interest in mythology and imagery in ancient cultures causes certain shapes - particularly hexagons - to also feature in her work. A fascinating blend of human cultures and nature.