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Brief Published: 28 Mar 2011

Paul Scott: Cumbrian Blue(s) Rörstrand


English potter Paul Scott – known for his research into ceramics and print – has produced a body of white and blue pottery inspired by old tableware patterns discovered at the Rörstrand Museum, one of Europe’s oldest porcelain factories.

As part of an ongoing research project into printed landscape patterns on ceramics, the Cumbrian Blue(s) Rörstrand is a collection of altered new porcelain and historical tableware incorporating blue and white industrial images and nature to depict and commemorate the contemporary world.

Cumbrian Blue(s) Rörstrand is showing at the Blås&knåda contemporary ceramic and glass gallery in Stockholm from April 9 to May 11 2011.