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Carolyn Genders: Wealden Garden II Tall Vessel

Carolyn Genders, "I work spontaneously, creating forms and surfaces that evoke the feeling I have when I am part of the landscape, striving to convey nuance of shape, balance and mass and creating mood and atmosphere.

Cobalt Blues, Red Interior Tall Vessels

Cobalt Blues, Red Interior Tall Vessels

Henderson Ewen, 1934-2000, United Kingdom A tall 'buttressed' vessel

Henderson Ewen, United Kingdom A tall 'buttressed' vessel

Carolyn Genders works intuitively on forms developed from organic sources. Responding to the material, enjoying the rhythm as she moves around the form, Carolyn makes marks of depth and variation, scratching and scraping through layers. She works spontaneously, creating forms and surfaces that evoke the feeling of landscape, not illustrating it but striving to convey nuance of shape, balance and mass and creating mood and atmosphere.

Carolyn Genders works intuitively on forms developed from organic sources…

AN INTACT KASHAN POTTERY ALBARELLO  CENTRAL IRAN, 12TH CENTURY. Of typical form with slightly flaring walls on short ring foot, with short neck and rounded lip, the decoration with cobalt-blue lines on white ground, with old inventory number to foot

An intact Kashan pottery Albarello Central Iran, Century. (Of typical form with slightly flaring walls on short ring foot, with short neck and rounded lip, the decoration with cobalt-blue lines on white ground, with old inventory number to foot)

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