PV 27th April 6.30 to 8.30 Exhibition open from 28th April to 3rd of May 10 am to 5.30pm
Maud & Mabel presents ‘Sculptural Meets Functional’, an exhibition of ceramics, wood and art that explores the artists pushing boundaries and linking sculptural with functional. The exhibition will include works by Derek Wilson, Ann Van Hoey, Sun Kim, Alessandra Taccia, Erna Aaltonen, Luke Hope and Nicola Tassie.
A special collection by Hampstead ceramicist, Jennifer Morris, including a variety of inspiring tones and sculptural and functional forms, from a neutral pallette to a strong celebration of spring colour alongside hand embroidered romantic muslin dresses..
"Nokori-gais more like the aftersound of a bell, some kind of vibration remaining in your ear, in this case in your sense of smell. Some objects have this trace of scent. When you see it, when you touch it, it evokes an unidentified strange sensation in you. In this exhibition, I am focusing on making domestic and unfunctional objects that have a trace of scent and generate some narrative.” - Akiko Hirai
During one week we will present an exhibition at our gallery of the beautiful work of Sophie Cook where she will showcase a lovely sample of pods, teardrops and bottles that work both as free-standing and in dialogue with one another.
During 2 weeks we will present a group exhibition at our gallery that brings together a diverse range of contemporary ceramic artists from a variety of different backgrounds and cultures who use porcelain in very different ways to create their work.