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Rebecca Harvey

MA work

A collection of items for the table, a gathering, where time and occasion are valued. Sensual objects combine porcelain and glass to develop a language, a narrative. Line directs form to complete the ensemble. A direct tactile communication is created between myself and you.

Two themes: large one-off pieces capture a raw energy and fluidity of movement, a gestured rhythm; and considered smaller pieces add a delicacy to the table.

Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Humanities

    Programme

    MA Ceramics & Glass, 2007

  • A collection of items for the table, a gathering, where time and occasion are valued. Sensual objects combine porcelain and glass to develop a language, a narrative. Line directs form to complete the ensemble. A direct tactile communication is created between myself and you.

    Two themes: large one-off pieces capture a raw energy and fluidity of movement, a gestured rhythm; and considered smaller pieces add a delicacy to the table.

  • Experience

  • Ceramicist, Self-employed, Cambridge, 1995-2005; Visiting Lecturer, Various Colleges and Universities, 2003-6; Art Teacher, The Leys School, Cambridge, 2000-2
  • Exhibitions

  • Living Utensils, Inax Tile Museum, Tokoname, Japan, 2006; Tablemanners, Crafts Council, Touring, 2005; A Pinch of Salt, Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh, 2005; Da Yu Xiao Hu, Saddleback Art Gallery, California, 2004
  • Awards

  • Lady Charlotte Fraser, 2006; Heals Archive, 2005; Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust, 2005