Sculpture by Bridget McCrum outside the Tithe Barn
Material: Earth, A survey of Ceramics is on at the beautiful tithe barn in Tisbury where Messums have a gallery. Catch it while you can: it finishes next week (30th April). And next weekend there is a public event there: Clay Festival: Making and learning for the whole family.
Here are some of the works that caught my eye – among the many.
Dominid Welch sculpture
Stephanie Buttle: performance with pottery
Alison Britton: Upland
Grayson Perry: Vase
Adam Buick: Moon jars
Christie Brown: Statue
Tithe barn display
Bouke de Vries: Dead Nature Chaos
Christie Brown: The Uncanny Playroom
Sandy Brown: Platter
View of exhibition
KaoriTatebayashi: In the dark of night
Elisabeth Fritsch: Counterpoint vase
Sam Bakewell: a messenger, a smuggler
It’s a little hard to find as we spotted no sign posts: but if coming from Hendon direction, take an (unmarked) left as you enter Tisbury and can see what looks like the High Street sloping down ahead. A mile or so, and you are there. Really worth the trip if you love ceramics.
This gallery contains 14 photos.
Enchanted by the Betty Woodman ‘Theatre of the Domestic’ exhibition at the ICA yesterday. If you are looking for fresh, original, life-affirming work, this is for you. It’s the first solo institutional exhibition in the UK by one of the most important contemporary artists working with sculpture, painting and ceramics, and, at the age of …