Still Movement Volume II


Here we go with Volume II of Still Movement. These three images are all Phil McMenemy’s view of my making processes. This is where we started with the whole collaboration thing and as a result we have hundreds of images. What Phil wanted to get was a not completely obvious view of a potter making pots. This is harder than it would seem to be.


We neither of us wanted this part of the exhibition to be a story board of how to make a pot start to finish. Of that much we were certain. Phil’s interest in capturing motion in a still image is what I think you can see throughout them all.


There are a couple more images that fall into this section of the exhibition but I shall save them for another post. In the mean time I hope you enjoy these.

Just for your information too, finished images are block mounted and heat-sealed for complete safety to protect from light damage and are limited to 5 off only at 24”x16”, the price for these sizes are £145. If you are at all interested in them and would like more information or to discuss alternatives, please drop me a line or contact Phil and we can help you out. Thanks.

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3 Responses to Still Movement Volume II

  1. Ron says:

    Nice treadle pic. Like your new header too.

  2. Peter says:

    Loved the photos in both posts. A really interesting way of collaborating with someone of a different artistic discipline and making a very special exhibition. It is nice to see that it is possible to find ways of showing in a contemporary gallery setting. Good for you!

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