2 edition of Claire Curneen. found in the catalog.
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Shows Featuring Claire Curneen. The Time Of Our Lives. Apr 14 – May The Time Of Our Lives. Apr 14 – May See all current and upcoming shows. Buy. Buying from Galleries FAQ Buying from Auctions FAQ Consign with Artsy. Learn. Education The Art Genome Project. About us. About Blog. Claire Curneen is an Irish ceramic artist and a Senior Lecturer at Cardiff Metropolitan University. Curneen’s work can be seen in over 20 public collections, including the Victoria & Albert.
Claire Curneen is one of the UK’s leading ceramicists. She has exhibited her work at leading galleries in the UK, Europe and other parts of the world (including Ireland, the USA, the Victoria & Albert Museum, London; National Museums and Galleries of Wales, Cardiff; Taipei Ceramics Museum, Taiwan and the Crafts Council, London), undertakes research. Claire Curneen 'St Sebastian', circa Porcelain, gold lustre, blue pigment and transparent glaze highlights. H 65cm. PROVENANCE: Private Collection, UK. EXHIBITED: Contemporary Applied Arts, London 'Ecstasy is something of a rare emotion nowadays.
Claire Curneen is such an inspiring artist whose work is just extraordinary, was giving us the first lecture /workshop on hand building. She began by showing us a current piece of work which was a head with delicate flowers made from hand smothering it completely. Claire Curneen’s work is distinct for its figurative representation. As one of the UK’s foremost ceramic artists Curneen draws us into a world of narrative, where the tension between the real and the imagined is played out before us. Her ceramic figures have an imposing presence which tap .
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CLAIRE CURNEEN STARTS EACH of her sculptural ceramic works in the same way, with a small piece of clay. Squeezing it between her fingers, pushing and pressing it into the palm of her hand, she flattens it into a small disc. These discs are the building blocks of her figures.
By pressing and squeezing them. Claire Curneen’s work is distinct for its figurative representation. As one of the UK's foremost ceramic artists Curneen draws us into a world of narrative, where the tension between the real and the imagined is played out before us. Her ceramic figures have an imposing presence which tap into our desires, fears and mysteries.
They are highly visceral, referencing Catholic imagery from the. Claire Curneen was born in Ireland in Early studies in ceramics and applied art in Belfast were followed by an MA in Ceramics at the University of Wales Institute Cardiff, graduating in As one of the UK’s foremost ceramicists Claire Curneen’s work is distinct for its focus on the human form.
Claire Curneen and Olivia Chargue, Le Don du Fel, France. Passage, Craft in the Bay, Cardiff, Wales. Fanning, Micheal. Ghost Trawler, a poetry book. The publication is a collaboration between artists and the poet.
Published by Sommerville Press, Ireland. Whiting, David. Modern British Studio Ceramics and their Studios, photography Jay. - Explore chamchahda's board "claire curneen" on Pinterest.
See more ideas about Ceramic figures, Sculpture and Claire pins. Body of Evidence. Collect artist Claire Curneen. As we look forward to Collectwe’ve delved into the Crafts archives to when Emma Crichton-Miller met Claire Curneen - the winner of the Collect Open Exhibitor Award for Tending the Fires shown at Collect Claire’s recent work will be shown with Ruthin Craft Centre at the fair.
$10 Digital Issue Issue 97 In this issue: the haunting sculpture of Claire Curneen is profiled by Richard Davey.
On the cover, a porcelain figure with wounds of gold and ultramarine, reminiscent of medieval art and Japanese kintsugi, evokes beauty in brokenness.
An interview with Barbara Brown Taylor illuminates transience, church, and culture. - See more ideas about Ceramic art, Ceramic figures and Sculpture pins.
Tending the Fires Porcelain. metres x 40cm x 50cm. photo: Dewi Tannatt Lloyd. Claire Curneen is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Claire Curneen and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes. CoCA Acquisition – Claire Curneen.
Claire Curneen is one of the UK’s leading ceramic artists producing work of a figurative nature. Born in Ireland, Claire studied at Crawford College of Art and Design in Cork before completing a post-graduate diploma at the University of Ulster, Belfast.
Claire Curneen is primarily a sculpter who specialises in ceramics and clay. For ‘Angel’ she chose to create the sculpture by punching together handfuls of clay to create a surface which has.
Oct- Dec ‘ Claire Curneen’ (solo, catalogue, ISBN ) Ruthin Craft Centre, Ruthin, Wales. ”They offer us temporary respite from the preoccupations of everyday life, an opportunity forr reflection and a chance to appreciate and enjoy the latest fruits of one of the most powerful and expressive ceramics sculptors working in.
Explore books by Claire Curneen with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ TALK In conversation: Claire Curneen and Catherine Roche 13 April pm FREE please call to book a place. Claire Curneen will be in conversation with artist and writer Catherine Roche.
Together they will discuss Claire’s recent body of work, exploring the underlying themes and motivations that have culminated in this powerful and moving exhibition.
Who is Claire Curneen. Irish born artist, best known for her figurative works. I believe her work to cause a reaction; each piece speaks, without the need for high detail or facial features - this is an aspect I am researching within my own practice, thus her.
Claire Curneen’s sculptures are poignant reflections on the nature of humanity and our precarious place within it. Universal themes of loss, suffering and sacrifice underlie her intricate, porcelain figures, their translucent and fragile qualities offering potent metaphors through which to consider the human condition.
TO THIS I PUT MY NAME A palette of blue, black, white and gold are used to portray the convergence of art history and ceramics history in the androgynous, single standing, porcelain figures of Claire Curneen.
Profile by Laura Gray ‘Book of Hours’,ceramic, etc, dimensions more quietly references to this period in art.
The alter. Vanessa Donoso Lopez’s venture into the epic Keith Wilson and Claire Curneen two interwoven solo shows that work very well together Tue, Apr 3,Claire Cullen has 41 books on Goodreads with ratings. Claire Cullen’s most popular book is Forbidden (Siren Cove #1). Resource Hey Clay!
Added 15 May. Hey Clay! is a national celebration of clay, giving everyone the chance to unleash their inner potter.
This years Hey Clay! event for Ruthin Craft Centre is a virtual, online exploratory session giving you the opportunity to play with clay whatever your age and your location during lockdown!.
Hey Clay! is part of the Get Creative festival (9–17 May), a.Corcomroe (Irish: Corco Modhruadh, meaning "seed or people of Modhruadh") is a barony in County Clare, Ireland.
It is the southern half of the Gaelic tuath of Corco Modhruadh. .Claire Cullen is an author and aspiring baker. Since she was a toddler, she has loved making up stories. Getting them down on paper proved a challenge in the early years when her preferred medium was finger puppets.
She moved on to pen and paper, and later to keyboards, and hasn't looked back since, except for occasional bouts of nostalgia/5(K).