Tag: Potter of the Month

How to take an expressive line for a whirl

SOMETHING PLEASANTLY LURID happens when you spend time looking at the body of ceramic pieces by Daniel Brand, exhibited at the Pretoria Arts Association for the April Potter of the Month slot. Having been working with the medium of clay for three years, Brand doesn’t boast a polished […]

Teapot architecture with whimsy and principles

A MIX OF unadulterated capriciousness, fragility that makes you frightened to breathe too hard counterpoised with functional robustness, and a storytelling quirkiness that shimmers, not to mention monumentality to make you laugh: this is what you get to experience with the work of potter Carolyn Heydenrych. Over 30 […]