Craft Society showcases Ceramic Sculpture from Suffolk at Town Hall Galleries in Ipswich

By Ben Miller | 17 August 2012
A photo of a sculpture of white vessels with red roses and a replica bird flying overhead
© Paddy Peters, courtesy Suffolk Craft Society
Exhibition: Ceramic Sculpture from Suffolk, Gallery 2, Town Hall Galleries, Ipswich, until August 25 2012

Last year, the Suffolk Craft Society presented a flourish of domestic pottery from talented makers across the region at the Town Hall Galleries.

A photo of two tall white vase-style sculptures with squiggles of swirly black ink on them
Karen Risby, 2 Figures With Flowers and Birds
© Karen Risby, courtesy Suffolk Craft Society
This time around they’re turning the spotlight on ceramic sculpture, welcoming ten artists who bring colour and finesse to the party.

There’s colourful earthenware by Paddy Peters, crisp minimalist forms by Judith Battersby and fantastical figures by Karen Risby.

Diversity is the aim, with some placing their vessels at the core of traditional works and others creating free-form, expressive pieces.

Elegant and entertaining, the display also showcases the work of a Society still excelling at contemporary craft after 42 clay-caked years.

  • Open Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5pm. Admission free.
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