Adam Buick

“Adam Buick has imposed on himself the strict discipline of the simplest and purest of geometric forms. Don’t expect his spheres of fired clay to be standoffish or predictable though. Yes Adam makes white porcelain moon jars as chaste in their beauty as the old Korean dal-hang-a-ri vessels that first inspired him. But within the confines of his spherical ‘canvas’ he also conjures up worlds of spontaneous drama, pots so diverse in their scale and texture, so exquisite in their making, so alive with the Pembrokeshire landscape which they literally embody, that his passionate connection to his environment becomes unmistakable.”

Andrew Renton, Head of Applied Arts, National Museum, Cardiff

Taste Contemporary Craft 

Geneve
Switzerland
9th-23rd June 2017

Place of Seven

Seven porcelain vessels set adrift across the Irish Sea
follow their progress

Things of Beauty Growing: British Studio Pottery

Yale Center for British Art
14th September – 3rd December 2017