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Colin Ceramic Artist


Obviously inspired by mindfulness, I make multi-media assemblages and sculptures that reflect the issues, challenges and conundrums of everyday life. Wall hanging or free standing, the works are intriguing, thought-provoking, accessible and usually of a practical domestic scale. 


I like the hands-on directness of clay and paint, the sensory gateway this opens and the technical challenges of constructing and combining sculptures with ceramic, paint, wood, metal, found and acquired objects, often breathing new life into long lost, discarded or forgotten materials. I also delight in reflecting on and carefully crafting words and I sometimes write a verse to attach to a work I make. I am a collector of words, phrases and sayings and these will often prompt an enquiry into meanings and materials in my artwork.

My intention is to encourage people to think and share with one another their thoughts, feelings and experiences of everyday life, and I trust my artwork promotes a dialogue about this.

As mentioned before, I have a background in Psychology and worked for many years as a Psychotherapist in the National Health Service and also as a Leadership Development Consultant in the corporate world internationally.

I think this wide ranging experience helps me to lend a different perspective to my work as an artist.


In 2004 I gained a Diploma in Fine Art from the University of the Creative Arts at Farnham and I have been a member of Petersfield Arts and Crafts Society for over 20 years, regularly exhibiting at the Summer and Autumn exhibitions. 

Let me know what you think of the work and if you have any questions I'd be happy to hear from you!

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~ I expect you'll find your way ~


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