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What Was Left

8th March - 16th March 2024

Exhibition by three amazing ceramic artists as part of the POW Art Trail.

Open Friday 8th - 16th March 11am -4pm Or by appointment

Alison Cooke creates projects, objects and installations using materials unearthed from sites of historic and geological interest. For ‘What Was Left’ she incorporates clay and rock from above and below the North Sea be

Creating playful and curious objects derived from notions of place, histories and narrative, Lisa Jones' abstracted ceramic sculptures draw frequently on details of a working class background. Her contribution to‘What Was Left' is a hand-built, oversized pair of chimney-like knitted sleeves that align memory with social commentary.

Julia Ellen Lancaster works with numerous clays, rocks and glazes, dug, reclaimed and recycled. Assembling sculptures from the accumulation of materials collected over time and in themselves are imbued with the centuries of the rock cycle. The work takes on the form of distilled monuments or pseudo fossils. For this exhibition Lancaster plays with imagined landscapes that interrupts ideas of beauty and nature.

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Free entry



Kavel Rafferty, 231 Northdown Rd, Cliftonville, Margate


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