Textures of the Land04 Jan 2020 - 01 Feb 2020
Working from the Isle of Skye for the past 25 years, Patricia Shone has developed her practise using techniques of texturing and stretching clay. Textures of the Land will feature new work in the Erosion Series and is a culmination of the development of Shone’s very particular making methods, including all three of her firing processes: raku, charcoal saggar and wood firing.
Shone was awarded the Craft Pottery Charitable Trust Emmanuel Cooper Prize in 2019 and her work is held in public collections including the Victoria and Albert Museum, London and the Ceramini Contemporary Ceramics Museum, Turkey.
‘My work is an expression of the continual journey towards understanding my place in life. I can’t separate it from my experience of living in this landscape or from the path that brought me here.’ Patricia Shone.
Erosion Jar 40 'Inbreath' View details
Erosion Jar 40 'Inbreath'2019raku fired earthenwareH:32cm D:21cmSoldPhotograph: Shannon ToftsErosion Jar 47 'Continued Path' View details
Erosion Jar 47 'Continued Path'2019raku fired earthenwareH:39cm W:31cm D:31cm£2,500Photograph: Shannon ToftsEarth Jar 6 'Gestating' View details
Earth Jar 6 'Gestating'2019raku fired earthenwareH:31cm W:32cm D:32cm£1,950Photograph: Shannon ToftsEarth Jar 9 'Longitudes' View details
Earth Jar 9 'Longitudes'2019wood fired stoneware, tenmoku glaze interiorH:22cm W:26cm D:26cm£850Photograph: Shannon ToftsRidge Bowl 39 View details
Ridge Bowl 392019saggar fired stonewareH:16cm W:18cm D:19cmSoldErosion Bowl 42 View details
Erosion Bowl 422019raku fired earthenwareH:14cm W:19cm D:19cmReservedPhotograph: Shannon Tofts
Ridge Bowl2019saggar fired stonewareH:11cm D:13cmSold