ceramic, wood, steel,
h: 42 w: 22 d: 17 (cms).
Hele Bay is on a section of the rugged North Devon coastline. This ceramic sculpture describes the drama of the angled rocks circling a shingle beach once the tide has left. Interesting shapes left by receding waters are shown with cermic pencil, the sea itself twice fired with dark green and then white engobe to highlight the broken nature of the water. Clay relief further describes the angular nature of the land, picked out in ceramic pencil for shadow.
This piece is mounted on a rough piece of oak and secured with rusted steel rods, recpecting the wild nature of the coastline, untamed and always moving.
Without the base, measurements are 23X21.5X2 cms, 0.580 KG