Artist fabrication service at Counterslip Clay
Glaze and kiln service for artist Veronica Ryan and Spike Island, a major exhibition of new works supported by Freelands Foundation through the annual Freelands Award, this is Ryan’s largest and most ambitious exhibition in the UK to date.
Veronica Ryan, Arrangement in Layers 2016-2019
Veronica Ryan, Quoit Montserrat, 1998
Lucy Stein, Her Comfort Zones 2 (2019) Glazed ceramic bisque tiles on marine plywood. Courtesy the artist and Gregor Staiger, Zurich
Tiles in production at Counterslip Clay
Artist Harriet Bowman and Counterslip Clay member Phil Root have been collaborating on a series of new works for an exhibition at HER-MIT Projects. This includes learning skills new to both artists, and they have been teaching each other to throw bowls for a meal to be served at the exhibition and slip casting new sculptural works.
Guidance with experiments with locally dug clay and materials for ceramic head works by Oliver Sutherland
Oliver Sutherland and Phil Root exhibit works at Kupfer Projects for Art Licks weekend:
These are the days my friends London, November 2019 Artists: Lydia Brockless - Andrew Gillespie - Clementine Keith-Roach - Jack Lavender - Hannah Lees - Kristofer Lock - Flora Parrott - Phil Root - Oliver Sutherland - Billie M. Vigne. Curated by Hannah Lees.
Loosely focusing around themes of history of location, archaeology and craft, ‘These are the days my friends’ brings together a diverse group of works by artists living and working outside London. In the context of Art Licks Weekend 2019, Kupfer responds to theme of ‘interdependence’ by extending an invitation to Margate-based artist Hannah Lees, to guest curate an exhibition that expands the space’s roster of exhibited artists, encompassing her own artistic and intellectual network.
Image 01: L to R, Phil Root, Jack Lavinder, Lydia Brockless
Image 02: L to R, Oliver Sutherland, Billie M. Vigne