Exhibition

Monochrome: Interpretations in Clay

17 Apr 2019 – 28 Apr 2019

Event times

12 - 5pm Wednesday to Sunday (closed Easter Sunday)

Cost of entry

Free

One Paved Court

Richmond
England, United Kingdom

Address

Travel Information

  • Richmond (District Line)
  • Richmond (National Rail)

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Bringing together the work of three London Potters members, Bridget Macklin, Desa Philippi, and Camilla Webb Carter, Monochrome explores diverse themes through the medium of clay.

About

Desa Philippi makes wall sculptures inspired by the play of light and reflections of graffiti on Regent’s Canal in London. 

Camilla Webb Carter has created modular slip-cast wall installations where the marbled slip-cast surfaces form a contrast to the angular geometric shapes of the components.  

Bridget Macklin has made work using clays found in the local area: the Thames, Richmond Park, even from a building site. Coloured only by the minerals within the found material images on the interior of her vessels tells a little more of the story.  

London Potters is a voluntary organization and registered charity formed in 1986 to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and experiences of all those involved with or interested in ceramics. All its members are united by the appreciation of ceramic art and a desire to communicate with fellow ceramic artists and collectors. 

Exhibition includes “In Conversation” on Saturday 27 April 2-4pm. The artists will be in the gallery to talk about their materials, processes and inspiration. All welcome.  

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Exhibiting artists

Camilla Webb Carter

Bridget Macklin

Desa Philippi

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