Friday 16th - Thursday 29th July 2021
Monday - Friday 10am - 4pm & Saturday 12 - 4pm
Off-Kilter is an exhibition showcasing works made by Jeanne Blissett Robertson and David Gray during their recent residencies at Out of the Blue Abbeymount Studios based Edinburgh Ceramics Workshop. Both artists work with lengthy ceramic processes such as slip-casting, hand building and extruded ceramic to create structural forms that are reminiscent of design and nature.
All are welcome to attend the Exhibition Launch on Friday 16th July from 6pm – 8.30pm.
Running along the exhibition, Edinburgh Ceramics Workshop be holding their annual selling show Form21 on Saturday 24th July from 12-4pm.
The show will feature a selection of work from ten emerging Edinburgh based ceramic artists and potters from hobbyists to professionals. Featuring work by @emporiumjulium @djstrachan @barbie_lb @ellenfrankd @akvilecreates. The show includes: vases, sculptures, dinnerware, function ware and jewellery.
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Jeanne Blissett Robertson (b.1993) is a ceramic artist who explores the interaction and interconnectivity between nature, design and human experience. Her minimalist sculptures are made using slip-casting and slab-building processes, and are inspired by 2D representations of nature, such as microscopic images, star constellation shapes and graphic symbols. Since graduating from Glasgow School of Art in 2015 (Sculpture & Environmental Art BA Hons), Jeanne has carried out artist residencies in Mexico (Proyecto Showroom), 2017, London (Kings Mall), 2017, Abu Dhabi (Manarat Al Saadiyat), 2019, and Edinburgh (Edinburgh Ceramics Workshop), 2021. Recent exhibitions and commissions include Lewes Light Festival, 2020, supported by Arts Council England, and The Border is Porous, 2019, supported by Department of Culture and Tourism UAE. www.jeanneblissettrobertson.co.uk
David Gray (b.1979) is an artist/craft maker with a specialism in architectural ceramics. His work seeks to follow nature’s growth processes through applying principles of repetition and extrusion techniques that can create an abundance of forms for further alteration and arrangement. His modular ceramics are created to provide an adaptive element for making creative or calming spaces. Since graduating from the Princes Foundation School of Traditional Art in London in 2013 he has worked on a wide range of community and heritage projects, collaborations and ceramic symposiums in the UK, China, India and Vietnam. His craft skills have been developed through working in sign writing, decorative glass, woodworking, mould making and a masters in Material Practice at the University of Edinburgh. www.davidgrayceramics.com