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'The Line, The Grain & everything In Between' - Private View | Thank You
We would like to thank everyone who joined us at Sarah Wiseman Gallery for Zelga Simone Miller's solo show opening. We were delighted to see many familiar and new faces join us for this evening.
'The Line, The Grain & Everything In Between' is on until Saturday 17th February.
Emma Baldwin | New Collection
We're pleased to introduce ceramicist Emma Baldwin to the gallery.
Emma Baldwin's ceramic vessels merge functionality and sculpture, creating a minimalist Japanese inspired aesthetic. She uses both contemporary and historic references, combining hand thrown and wheel spun building techniques. Glazing each piece with designs that accentuate their elegant shapes, Emma experiments with the chemical reactions of overlapping glazes in the kiln.
In her debut collection at Sarah Wiseman Gallery, we see slender necked vases with nods to traditional Cobalt Blue, interiors of turquoise and oxides in the kiln that bubble into gas forming earthy textures. Emma says ‘If the kiln gods have been kind, when I lift the lid, I see magic, alchemy! I love seeing the reactions where one glaze has melded into another or run over an underlying oxide to create subtle blends or big bursts of colour.’
Lindsey Moran | Prints
We have Lindsey Moran photogravures of much admired Oxford buildings in the gallery, framed and unframed. From the Ashmolean Museum to Christchurch Cathedral, Lindsey captures the historical architecture we know and love.
Lindsey Moran specialises in exploring the relationship between printmaking and photography. Carrying her camera everywhere she goes, she is drawn to exploring the influence of light on both natural and man-made environments, with her black and white photographs forming the basis of her printmaking.. With a technical interest in photographic processes old and new, Lindsey's research has always influenced the direction of her work.