Colin Saunders


Colin Saunders addresses the sculptural potential of familiar industrial products to remind us of all the curves weve grown up with-all the shop door handles weve held, all the wash basins weve looked down into. Glazes fit bodies without diverting attention, contributing to the homogenous whole of a creamware ladle or a gently dimpled dish. Making processes encourage a physical response; where the slip cast softness of a teapot lid invites a touch, the multiple, angular facts of a turned candlestick instil caution.

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1997

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