Hilary Laforce

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British artist Hilary LaForce makes one-off ceramic pieces, inspired by both natural objects and ancient classical vessels, with tactile, textural surfaces and vibrant colours. The influence of the elements - wind, water, earth and fire - are both implied and literally employed in the execution of the pots themselves.

The majority of the pieces are coil-built, while others are made with slip and press moulds. White stoneware or porcelain are now her preferred clays. Glazes are applied in multiple layers until the desired - or sometimes the unexpected - effect is achieved. Currently Hilary’s work is following two themes: the azure blues and turquoises; and the pale oyster glazes. Both have eroded and volcanic surfaces in varying combinations.

Hilary LaForce studied at Ipswich School of Art (1976-78) and West Surrey College of Art & Design, Farnham (1978-81). She exhibits widely in London and throughout the UK, and her work has also been shown abroad, including Portugal, Hong Kong and the USA.



Status: For sale. Title: Large flared tulip bowl Price: £590.00
Title : Large flared tulip bowl
Size : 8.00" x 19.00"
Medium : Ceramic
Price : £590.00
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Large flared tulip bowl by Hilary Laforce



Contact

  • Contemporary: Amanda Noott
    10 The Green, Broadway, Worcestershire WR12 7AA
    Telephone 01386 858969/858436
    Email: bm@john-noott.com

 

  • 19th & 20th Century: John Noott
    Telephone 01386 852787
    Email jon@john-noott.com By appointment only
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