View Image Gallery Adam Buick(Full member)Tel: +44(0)1437 720769 Email: Web: www.adambuick.com
I am interested in landscape, its influence on humans and their impact upon it through time. I like to explore these issues through my personal landscape and its influence upon me. Change is constant and its impact upon the landscape is stark. The global cycles that create what we see around us are referenced in my work by the process of creating a wood-fired ceramic object. In every piece there is creation and destruction. The metaphoric relationship between the geological process and the ceramic process is integral to my work.
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My work is all hand thrown. For the large pieces I add coils and throw, building the pot up over several days. I use an iron rich, heavily grogged clay for its distinctive texture and rich natural tones. The jars are fired to stoneware temperatures (1300°C) with feldspadic glazes and iron oxide giving the diverse range of colours. The use of locally sourced materials such as beach aggregates and seaweed add dramatic spontaneity to my work.
2009 Ruthin Craft Center
2009 Billcliffe Gallery, Glasgow
2009 Solo exhibition, Oriel Joana Field Gallery, Milfordhaven
2009 Mission Gallery, Swansea
2009 Origin: The London Craft Fair
2009 Cecilia Colman Gallery, London
2009 Art in Clay, Hatfield
2009 Aberystwyth Arts Centre
2008 Pen-Y-Fan Gallery, Brecon
2008 Harlequin Gallery, London
2008 Clay Art Wales
2008 Oriel Fach, Narbeth
2008 The Albany Gallery, Cardiff
2007 The Cloister Gallery, St.Davids
2007 Pebbles Yard Gallery, St. Davids
2007 Llys Meddyg, Newport.
2006 Group exhibition, National Craft Gallery of Ireland, Kilkenny.
2003 Solo exhibition, Oriel Ty-Bach, Mobile Gallery
Arts Council of Wales project grant to exhibit at Origin 2009
Ceramic Review: Issue 240. Searching for Perfection
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Contact DetailsStudio Address: Y Twlc, Llanferran, St.Davids, Pembrokeshire, UK, SA62 6PN.
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Telephone: +44(0)1437 720769
Joined on: 2008-05-29
Last Updated: 2012-05-21
Events featuring this potter
Garden Gallery : Summer Exhibition: includes ceramic art
Mill Marsh Park : Contemporary Craft Festival