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Brief Published: 6 Jul 2011

Ceramics in Colour


British ceramicist Helen Moore’s graduation submission for the end-of-year show at the Royal College of Art, London, presents colour variations as multiples of glazed ceramic objects.

Gradually changing in hue and tone, Moore’s ‘wallscapes’ provide a format for colour to be analysed in terms of emotional and metaphorical significance. Her skill in mixing dyes and glazes allows for uniform gradients to be achieved across each composition, questioning where one colour stops and the next begins.

Helen Moore