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"My work is largely inspired by superstitions and old wives tales. Each ceramic piece is made using coils, slabs, or pinching and mashing bits of clay together, and tends to have a bit of a wobble or to lurch to one side. As my technical skills have grown over the last few years I find myself trying hard not to lose the wobbly-ness.
Working with the imagery conjured by these strange stories and sayings, I combine drawing, painting and printmaking to build narrative on the surface of hand-built ceramics, exposing brush-strokes, fingerprints and making marks to accentuate the relationship between vessel and narrative.
In August 2015 I gained an MA in Illustration from the Edinburgh College of Art, following my BA(Hons) in Textile & Surface Design at Gray's School of Art (2010-2014). After the MA, I remained at ECA as artist-in-residence for a year, before relocating to Inverness.
I'm now based at the Manor Oaks Studios in Sheffield as part of the Yorkshire Artspace ceramic starter studio programme." Rebecca Brown