Catherine is particuarly inspired by fleeting and transitional landscapes and seascapes that she witnesses when visiting her dad who lives on the Lizard. They never appear the same or tire to inspire; thundering grey skies, ephemeral cloud formations, coastal tonal swells, peeking sky blues and rolling hills and cliff faces.
Relishing the opportunities the process of working with clay offers, Catherine predominantly works with plaster moulds and although this is to gain repetition in form, the scope of surface decoration is vast when using stains in the clay body and surface. This provides a unique identity to each piece with the scene on each object developing as the viewer exploresit further.
BA (Hons) Ceramic Design, Central Saint Martins.
New Designers 2015
Art in Clay 2015
CRAFT Top Drawer 2017
Tactile Minds 2018