CONTEMPORARY CERAMICS

‘My forms are not solid, they are made to look into or to look through, there is an external architecture and an internal space…

I have always been curious about ‘interior spaces’, a snail’s shell for example, how it pulls you in, or a building that reveals more about itself when you step inside.

My recent work plays with the idea of ‘exterior/interior’ shapes/spaces, wanting to encourage the viewer to look inside to see ‘something else’, something hidden…’

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FEATURED WORK

Featured Pieces

Argillà Italia September 2022 

Echoes Project December 2020

Peter Brennan ‘Pioneering Potter’ Award August 2020 

Artists Residency Creative Spark Dundalk July/August 2020

ABOUT

The starting point for my work is usually inspired by the forms, patterns and textures found in the coastal world around me, particularly on landing piers of small fishing villages around Ireland.

I collect anything that looks sculptural, all sorts of small objects, eroded metal, tackle, nets, sea shells and fragments washed up by the tide. I photograph and document what I find.