Shades of Black & White at Lotte Inch Gallery

Well it’s really not very often that my name appears alongside David Hockney and Salvador Dali! … but it does in the forthcoming Shades of Black & White Exhibition at the Lotte Inch Gallery in York, starting on Friday 2nd September and running until 15th October.

After a busy August in the studio, my boxes of porcelain pottery were packed and dispatched to York last week (examples in the picture below). There are some great people exhibiting across a range of media apart from ceramics and it’s a real privilege for me to be invited back again.

The pottery highlights for me look like being the extraordinary miniature hand thrown pots from Yuta Segawa and beautiful ceramics from Kyra Cane. Here’s an extract from the press release …

True to form at Lotte Inch Gallery, the artists in the exhibition comprise a selection of much celebrated names alongside emerging artists and makers. Those showcased in this new show include: Anthony GrossColin SelfDavid HockneyDerrick Greaves,Florence Boyd,Jean Arp,Jonathan Bonner,Kathryn SherriffKyra Cane,Peter Coates, Shefford Smith, Salvador Dali,Tom Phillips & Yuta Segawa.

Showcasing ceramics from ‘of the moment’ maker Yuta Segawa, whose mini pots have taken the ceramic world by storm, alongside stunning works by potter Kyra Cane, drawings from monochrome-mad Shefford Smith and prints from the likes of celebrated artists Colin Self, David Hockney & Anthony Gross, the exhibition will offer up a comprehensive range of styles, media and scales, uniting once again, two-dimensional and three-dimensional art forms in a suitably monochromatic Gallery setting.

 

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Porcelain Vases for Lotte Inch “Shades of Black & White” Exhibition

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