Still Movement – progress

For the last year or so I have been working with Phil McMenemy who is a fine art photographer and a very good friend of mine on a collaborative exhibition to be held at Gracefield Arts Centre in Dumfries during August and September.

So this is the process of one of my pieces for the show. It’s a series of dishes from 8oz in weight up to 5lb 8oz. All my pieces for the show are my interpretations of Phil’s images. This is from his Ice Crack image.

Most of it is currently in the kiln, it would have been good to get it all in the one firing just in case but it just wasn’t to be.

I lost some pieces the other weekend with the build up of heat in my workshop after I shut it up for the night. I’ve sussed that problem out now, I leave a window open.
This is just a wee sneak preview of the work I have. You’ll have to wait to see it all.

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8 Responses to Still Movement – progress

  1. Anna says:

    EEK! That's too bad about the heat in the studio. With it being nearly 100 here the last couple of days I no longer raise my eyebrows at Greg's demand that I put AC in the studio. Glorious.Can't wait to see these plates "installed"!!

  2. gz says:

    That is a very interesting development.Collaborating is really good, gets you both seeing things in different lights and trying the old things in new ways.

  3. Ron says:

    Will be great to see it all.

  4. ang walford says:

    very cool concept hannah.. you wall mounting these?

  5. Hey, just catching up after being gone, you have been a busy girl! I had to read back several posts, fun reading!

  6. Paul Jessop says:

    Interesting stuff!

  7. Nicola says:

    Looks great Hannah :) look forward to seeing the finished piece x

  8. Hannah says:

    Not sure Ang, they have hanging stuff in the backs but I do rather like them on the floor. Health and safety was mentioned though when I suggested that to the gallery.Thanks all.

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