Sunset Circles.. A little ceramic bowl
A little handmade ceramic bowl created from a single lump of clay, made by a method called pinching. Fired once then glazed in a various shads of red, pink, turquoise and sand. Use for keeping trinkets, keys, soap, serving nibbles, sweets, olives, tea-lights or just for decoration. Measures 110mm across and is 30mm deep. All items posted 1st class usually on the next working day.
School of Art & Design
The latest exhibition by Head of Ceramics, Greg Daly, is being held at the Cowra Regional Art Gallery from 21 December 2013 to 2 February 2014. The Gallery says:
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Tossed Ashore is a collection of sculptural works based on the concept of "seeing new". There is visual movement in the thought of a cast off form riding the tip of an ocean wave and gently being tossed ashore, crossing the sight of your path. Once the wave pulls back, the item left behind catches the glint of the sun and casts a deep shadow on the wet sand creating an illusive pedestal as if to present its arrival.