Finally tidying up the workshop ready to use. Reclaiming old porcelain slip which looks more like a huge meringue!!! #workshop #ceramics #tidyup
nice work! gorgeous body of work & congrats!
Thanks a lot - your work is sooooo lurvely! Xx :)
Lovely flowers from mumma in celebration of getting a first :) obviously had to put them in my own flasks/vases!! I feel a photo shoot coming on! #graduate #results #first #celebrate #flowers #ceramics
Your show looks beautiful, really love what you've made!
Thank you! It was a lot of hard work but worth it I hope!
Finally getting round to posting pictures of my degree show work. I was fortunate enough to have both art and ceramics subjects displayed. Phew!
Although due to poor lighting it was impossible for me to get a decent picture of my dresser.
It’s a strange feeling - working so hard for months, trying to complete two separate projects in time for assessment. Then suddenly it’s all over! My course doesn’t enter any grad shows like free range or new designers and the degree show itself was a bit in the middle of nowhere so now the task is to try to get my work ‘out there’ myself.
A single hons degree at the end looked much more attractive! Although our course definitely taught you how to multi task! Most importantly we had a small but great group of ceramics students and we really pulled together and supported each other through the difficult times. I think having little support at uni actually makes you want to achieve things yourself even more!
Some examples from the RCA school of material show.
Every time I go to see their shows I come away refreshed and inspired. If I ever have enough money to do an MA, RCA would be my first choice!
Some photos from RCA degree show. It was such an amazing space for an exhibition and everything worked so well together. The sculpture block was particularly impressive and it seemed so open and free after having gone to new designers which was very cramped and a bit overwhelming. This was definitely one of the best grad shows I’ve seen.