We are very happy to say that Sam Bakewell won the British Ceramic Biennial AWARD 2015. Imagination Dead Imagine, his Biennial piece is a purpose built clay structure housing 12 years of occasional object making, ranging from spontaneous tests to a small hand carved piece which took 7 years to complete. It explores his interests in the realm of homespun religion, personal talisman and object making, and how clay' s raw link to the chthonic stands in opposition to it's capacity for perfection. It closes this Sunday the 8th November. of Photos Imagination dead imagine by Joel Fildes, closeups by Sylvain Deleu.
Ceri selected the exhibition from work by 777 artists.
Calendar, a needlepoint tapestry, was originally made for Manifold's project This Is How To Live at 2 Willow Road.
See more of Bethan's work here.
Amy has also been selected to go through to the public vote for the Wolf & Badger Big Egg Hunt Design Competition which will take place in London over Easter 2012! Over 200, 2 ½ ft high eggs will be displayed in high profile areas around London, making it the largest interactive public art display to take place in the city.
To vote for Amy’s idea, click like on their facebook page