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Bodywork: Figurative Ceramics with a Cardiff Connection

Ceramics Gallery

24 June – 16 September 2005

The richness of figurative ceramics currently being produced by artists associated with Cardiff reflects a long-standing interest that has been nourished by teachers and students over many decades. The seven main artists represented in the show have all studied at the ceramics department in Cardiff and still maintain strong links with the city. All use the human form as a core element in their ceramic work.

Michael Flynn, Spotty Dog, 2005

Michael Flynn, Spotty Dog, 2005



The exhibition showed recent work by Daniel Allen, Claire Curneen, David Cushway, Hayley Daniels, Michael Flynn, Babette Martini and Natasha Mayo. It was supplemented by earlier work from teachers and ex-students, most of which came from the permanent collection at Aberystwyth.

Alan and Ruth Barrett Danes, Armchair Figure, 1977

Alan and Ruth Barrett Danes, Armchair Figure, 1977



The exhibition was curated by Jo Dahn and Moira Vincentelli and came out of the on-going academic collaboration between the Ceramic Archive in Aberystwyth, the Ceramic Research Centre in UWIC and Bath Spa University.


David Cushway, Sublimation, 2000

David Cushway, Sublimation, 2000

Claire Curneen, Attitude of Sorrow, detail, 2004

Claire Curneen, Attitude of Sorrow, detail, 2004



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