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2 September 2021 - 25 September 2021

Asymmetric Wave Vase, 2021

Italian white translucent alabaster
H:33cm W:17.5cm
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Hanging Bowl with Handle, 2021

Italian white translucent alabaster, curly maple wood hooks to suspend piece
H:17cm W:18cm D:10cm
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Square Bowl with Broad Handle, 2021

Italian white translucent alabaster
H:17cm W:14.5cm D:10cm
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Hanging Bowl with Tall Handle, 2021

Italian white translucent alabaster, curly maple wood hooks to suspend piece
H:24cm W:18cm D:10cm
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Asymmetric Wave Vase II, 2021

Italian white translucent alabaster
H:25cm W:16.5cm
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Wavy Arch Sculpture I, 2021

Italian white translucent alabaster
H:28.5cm W:18cm
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Wavy Arch Sculpture II, 2021

Italian white translucent alabaster
H:24.5cm W:13cm
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Rounded Bowl with Handle, 2021

Italian white translucent alabaster
H:17cm W:18cm
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Rounded Bowl with Handle (view 2), 2021

Italian white translucent alabaster
H:17cm W:18cm
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Bowl with Looping Handles, 2021

Italian white translucent alabaster
H:16cm W:20cm D:18cm
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Bowl with Looping Handles (detail), 2021

Italian white translucent alabaster
H:16cm W:20cm D:18cm
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Small Bowl with Wavy Handle, 2021

Italian white translucent alabaster
H:15cm W:17.5cm D:9.5cm
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Small Bowl with Wavy Handle (side view), 2021

Italian white translucent alabaster
H:15cm W:17.5cm D:9.5cm
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Wide Undulating Bowl, 2021

Italian white translucent alabaster
H:8.5cm W:39cm D:18cm
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Form & Light on display in The Gallery, 2021

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Form & Light on display in The Gallery I, 2021

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Oliver Cook in his exhibition, 2021

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Born: 1992
Place of Birth: Bristol

Oliver Cook is an artist creating sculptural forms and functional objects in alabaster. Using everyday objects such as vases and bowls as a starting point, his work explores the relationship between light and the translucent properties of the stone. When creating a piece he often has a specific time of day in mind. It could be when the sun falls in a certain corner of the house or a place that always gets first light in the morning. Often somewhere a piece could be placed to catch and gently diffuse light amongst its surrounding.

Cook’s technique and process is self-taught and has developed organically, drawing upon traditional carving techniques and skills learned in ceramics.

Oliver Cook presents his second solo exhibition with The Gallery in June 2023 – Momentary Flow.


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