Anna Warchus

Anna Warchus

Clay is at the core of my creative practice; I define my activity as experimental play; malleable and tempered with a pinch of ambivalence towards nicks and issues, warpage and sticking points.

Since qualifying as artist/ceramicist/educator I have divided my time working in potteries and teaching in schools. Currently I offer technical and creative workshops through Oriel Q Gallery, Narberth and at Clay Time in London, while exhibiting studio work in group or solo shows.

Balancing an insecure lifestyle has led to a complex ‘juggling’ activity replicated in my clay room. The constructs I make using the potters wheel or the slab-roller or by slip casting and imprinting are adorned with evidence of resolution. My pots and sculptures represent flotsam and jetsam buoyant on the crest of a wave.

Also at 49 Ferme Park Road, N4 4EB

Maureen Harrison

Maureen Harrison
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