Part 2 is all about ceramics, all very different.
Elizabeth Renton showed mid-Century style cups and jugs with appealing tactile finishes and soft glazes.
Jin Eui Kim, already featured in a previous post, continues his optical explorations using 18 shades of colour.
In stark contrast to both of them, Judith Davies showed strangely mesmeric “Touchstones” with the effect of wind and tide reflected in their surfaces. They need to be held and even warmed in the hand.
Back to function with Myer Halliday’s hand drawn patterns on porcelain; the application of the dots on the left caught my eye before admiring the platter below.
For more information on all the above please visit their websites.