Continental Drift - Adam Buick 09
Porcelain moon jar vessel by Adam Buick.
9cm x 8.5cm
Pembrokeshire, United Kingdom
"My work uses a single pure jar form as a canvas to map my observations from an ongoing study of my surroundings. I incorporate stone and locally dug clay into my work to create a narrative, one that conveys a unique sense of place. The unpredictable nature of each jar comes from the inclusions and their metamorphosis during fring. This individuality and tension between materials speaks of the human condition and how the landscape shapes us as individuals."
This piece was originally shown in the Mr Kitly gallery exhibtion Continental Drift, curated by Kirsten Perry. Read more abut this exhintion and about the artist here.