Wayfinding £50

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Wayfinding (porcelain and Egyptian paste) Dimensions: 15cm x 12cm x 6cm

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When making work I often think about scale, I have a particular range of sizes much like a functional thrower would. This is ‘handheld’ size. If you cupped your hands together it would rest nicely in the resulting space.

I think a lot about the visual elements of maps and how they illustrate the physical landscape. Shapes created by throwing remind me of contours and the concept of wayfinding here being that you seek your own path.

Skord series (4 rings) £120

Skord series (4 rings) Dimensions: 47cm x 24cm x 3.5cm

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The Skord series is so hard to photograph. I’ve deliberately left the studio in the background to give a sense of scale and it helped to avoid distracting reflections in the glass too.

Skord – deep indentation in the top of a hill at right angles to its ridge (Shetlandic)

Skord came from Robert Macfarlane’s Landmarks. I like to have a specific name for a series in development, a bit like a project title, usually linked to the meaning of the work but also because I like how it sounds. When making these pieces I was thinking a lot about the Peak District landscape, how textured the rock felt. There are ideas about collecting stones and found objects in these too.

Skord series (Duo) £80

Skord series (Duo) Dimensions: 28cm x 36cm x 3.5cm

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The Skord series is so hard to photograph. I’ve deliberately left the studio in the background to give a sense of scale and it helped to avoid distracting reflections in the glass too.

Skord – deep indentation in the top of a hill at right angles to its ridge (Shetlandic)

Skord came from Robert Macfarlane’s Landmarks. I like to have a specific name for a series in development, a bit like a project title, usually linked to the meaning of the work but also because I like how it sounds. When making these pieces I was thinking a lot about the Peak District landscape, how textured the rock felt. There are ideas about collecting stones and found objects in these too.

Skord series (With miniatures) £160

Skord series (With miniatures) Dimensions: 51cm x 28cm x 3.5cm

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The Skord series is so hard to photograph. I’ve deliberately left the studio in the background to give a sense of scale and it helped to avoid distracting reflections in the glass too.

Skord – deep indentation in the top of a hill at right angles to its ridge (Shetlandic)

Skord came from Robert Macfarlane’s Landmarks. I like to have a specific name for a series in development, a bit like a project title, usually linked to the meaning of the work but also because I like how it sounds. When making these pieces I was thinking a lot about the Peak District landscape, how textured the rock felt. There are ideas about collecting stones and found objects in these too.

Skord series (5 mixed rings) £160

Skord series (5 mixed rings) Dimensions: 51cm x 28cm x 3.5cm

How to buy 🛒

The Skord series is so hard to photograph. I’ve deliberately left the studio in the background to give a sense of scale and it helped to avoid distracting reflections in the glass too.

Skord – deep indentation in the top of a hill at right angles to its ridge (Shetlandic)

Skord came from Robert Macfarlane’s Landmarks. I like to have a specific name for a series in development, a bit like a project title, usually linked to the meaning of the work but also because I like how it sounds. When making these pieces I was thinking a lot about the Peak District landscape, how textured the rock felt. There are ideas about collecting stones and found objects in these too.