Bathing swathes of precision-formed ceramics in natural light from its high glass ceiling, the new Stanton Williams Architects renovated home of Central St Martins was a more than suitable setting for this year’s Ceramic Art London show. Hosted by the Craft Potters Association of Great Britain in partnership with Ceramic Review, Ceramic Art London is a wonderful opportunity for Katherine Maginnis to discover emerging artists and to explore the creative progression of this sculptural art form.
Recognised for his impressive raku and porcelain work, Tim Andrews had a profound presence throughout April’s show. Having recently exhibited at major Japanese shows, Tim’s latest work sees him exploring the interaction between “controlled technique” and “expressive release”, while maintaining his focus on form and surface. See more of Tim’s sculptural work here.
Citing his interests as, “The lines and spaces that develop through the manipulation of individual forms”, Egyptian born British artist Ashraf Hanna thrives on exploring the three-dimensional presence of objects with his hand-build focused production process. Another strong exhibitor at Ceramic Art London, Katherine is now looking forward to introducing Ashraf’s accomplished and original ceramic vessels and glass sculpture to her clients.
Joining the work of Ashraf Hanna and Tim Andrews, sculptural vessels by Austria-based artist Thomas Bohle also shone during April’s show, and will be added Katherine Maginnis’ curated offering of contemporary art. Internationally acclaimed for his work, Thomas considers working with clay “an erotic process” and states that his work is, “Not just to be seen, but to be lived with.”
For more information on contemporary art by Ashraf Hanna, Thomas Bohle and Tim Andrews contact Katherine Maginnis.