Coal Ruadh is a new sculpture garden opening on 23rd June 2012. it is being set up by Karen Scotland and Anne Edmonds and will feature work by Scottish sculptors in the fantastic location of Karen's west coast garden, near Dunoon. The image was taken when I visited...
Last week I installed this large concrete form at Threave Gardens, a National Trust property near Castle Douglas, in SW Scotland. It is now in a formal , walled area of the large gardens , along with sculptures by local artists. The Trust are in the process of...
I have just had my sculpture ' and this too' selected for the Visual Arts Scotland Annual Exhibition 2012 at the Royal Scottish Academy Upper Galleries, on the Mound in Edinburgh. The show opens on Saturday 4th February and runs until 1st March.
Happy New Year to everyone. Organic Ceramic Classes There is still time to book on one of the evening classes starting on 30 and 31st January. I am busy getting ready, sorting out clays and glazes, finding new reading material, inspiring images and ideas, and will...
Jenny has been making and installing a collection of handmade porcelain objects related to the function and form of bones in various locations. She does not copy forms but rather make pieces that have something which reminds her of generic forms, perhaps edges,...
Group of porcelain bone fragment inspired pieces, some with volcanic glaze
Collection of porcelain bone fragments, all unique and hand made, some with volcanic glaze.
Reused slate tile with porcelain bone fragment with volcanic glaze, suitable for outdoors.
A new series of porcelain bone fragments , individually displayed on re-used slate tiles. Suitable for outdoors.
200 bone related porcelain fragments in 2 glass cabinets. Referencing museum collections and collating objects. Inspiration comes from the National Museum of Scotland collection of small brooches, beads and metal clasps, held in a glass cabinet and lit from above to...
200 porcelain pieces related to bones installed in shelves at Peter Potter Gallery, 2011. This piece was about walking collecting and being in outdoors. It was part of a ceramic exhibition called 'Return to the Earth'
Jenny quickly realised that concrete has environmental issues and a large carbon footprint. After extensive research online, Jenny used her time as part of the AA2A scheme (Artist Access to Art Colleges) At Sunderland University to make trials of different mixtures to...
silver and porcelain necklace with eroded surface, inspired by weathered surfaces.
porcelain and silver necklace, blue glaze, volcanic glaze and stainless steel .
porcelain stud earrings with blue glaze and silver backs
5 part porcelain and silver necklace with volcanic glaze.
Porcelain brooch with nicrome wire, inspired by beachcombing. silver pin on back.
Porcelain brooch with glaze, inspired by beachcombing.
Porcelain necklace with stainless steel wire
silver and porcelain necklace