Saturday, May 29, 2010


Rolling Clay
This is a project about how we move through the landscape and what we pick up along the way. I rolled a ball of clay on a one-mile circuit around Carn Llidi. As the ball was rolled pieces of the landscape became embedded in the clay. Twigs, bracken, lichen, stones, horse manure, sand. We walk through the landscape and see all these things and more; the vistas, the colours, the smells, the weather, the feel of the ground all combine to create the experience. The act of rolling a ball of clay through the landscape is to represent that experience.
Moon Jars are a Korean form from the Choson Dynasty (1392-1910) originally made from plain white porcelain. At the time they represented the epitome of austere Confucian taste.
unpacking-the-kilnceramics studio
adam buick built his own kiln
i love this area where he works and lives
coastal farmwindowholiday cottage near whitesandsTy BlawdpoolGeesestay on an organic farm
Llanferran Farm, a working, organic farm about two miles from St Davids, Pembrokeshire. A quiet rural location with splendid views across the fields.

love to visit that beautiful countryside in england

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