Carolyn Genders, who some of you should remember as judge at our teapot celebration, has a new exhibition “Sentience” running between 2nd and 25th May at The Contemporary Centre in London.
Carolyn creates bold, asymmetric sculptural vessels, hand built in white earthenware with painted abstracted surfaces. In developing the works for Sentience, she investigates asymmetry, rhythm and balance, while celebrating the textural possibilities of clay. The show features more than 40 works, including large-scale vessels and a series of monoprints.
63 Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1B 3BF
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Also, “In Conversation with Ceramic Artist Carolyn Genders” – Wednesday 8 May 6:30pm at the gallery. Carolyn will discuss individual works in her solo show, Sentience, an exhibition of over 40 sculptural vessels. Hear about the series, in which Carolyn investigates asymmetry, rhythm and balance, while celebrating the textural possibilities of clay. Tickets are £6 (includes a glass of wine).