Archive for March, 2011

Echoes in Clay

Posted by | film, Local materials | March 24, 2011

My brother, photojournalist Greg Rodland Buick, has completed the final edit of a short documentary about my work. I’m really pleased with how it’s turned out. The discipline of having to portray what my work is about in five or six minutes was a very insightful process. I hope you enjoy it.

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A Nonet

Posted by | Artists | March 17, 2011

  Phases (for Adam) by Jacqui Thewless  Inside the earth, the white clay is full. It is the potter who lifts it up to the librating wheel, gathering emptiness – The interior of the round jar turns dark as a new moon.

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Big Fire, Burn Pot

Posted by | Firing, Land Art, Landsketch | March 15, 2011
                      Between the cliffs and the fields lies a stretch of common land, through which runs the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Much of the land is now owned by the National Trust. This stretch of wilderness that can seem like a wild landscape of rock, sea [...] Read More