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Red stoneware with tin glaze

9 x 10 cm



About the Artist

Heather Gibson’s ceramics explore the threshold between art and the everyday object.


Drawing inspiration from ancient pottery traditions as well as the monumental ceramics of abstract expressionists, such as Voulkos and Tiffoche, Heather’s approach to making is both spontaneous and alive. Often beginning by striking, carving and faceting a block or a thick slab of clay, found objects such as old tools, driftwood and broken pottery are used to create unique surface histories. Through a process of digging the final form is gradually uncovered. Vessels are hollowed-out - kurinuki style. A careful alchemy of slips, oxides and glazes are applied, often poured across the surface.


Through this method she invites risk into her work, encouraging the true nature of clay and its ability to give something back - something beyond our control.


By exploring clay as a canvas for trace, memory, and mark making, Heather hopes to capture a history in the object, reminiscent of the cycle of time and the natural ageing process.


Heather Gibson is a ceramic artist living in North London. Her artworks span large scale ceramic wall pieces, sculpturally carved vessels and tableware. Having originally trained in Photography at Nottingham Trent University, she now works predominantly in clay.



Delivery Options

Delivery to Mainland UK within 3-5 days

International delivery available within 7-10 days



14 Day Guarantee

If for any reason you are not happy with your purchase, we offer a full refund for any returns within 14 days from purchase.



Available to purchase via OwnArt

UK-based buyers can split the cost of this work over 10 months with an interest free loan via OwnArt. Contact the gallery for more details.

Kurinuki Tea Bowl No. 1 | H. 9 cm | By Heather Gibson

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