MA Masters Project, Bath School of Art and Design
I took inspiration from the 150 year-old timber pond remains in the River Clyde, Glasgow. The ponds originally held water at high tide for seasoning timber.
I translated an assemblage of glossaries, reflective writing, photographs and sketches, into slip-cast, parian sculptural vessels. The weather-beaten profiles form the shaped face of the rectangle, contrasting with the clean, smooth geometry of the rectangular form.
Janice Affleck | Glisk Ceramics
A1 digital print on cotton rag, Location: Timber Ponds, River Clyde, Glasgow
MA Assessment Show
Group. 6 white slip-cast parian clay vessels, framed in pairs: 45cm x 15cm
Detail. 6 black slip-cast parian clay vessels on water filled plinth, 45cm x 15cmry. Illustrator, A1 print cotton rag
Detail. Poem interpreted from Shetland Tabu Glossary. Illustrator, A1 print cotton rag
Group. 6 black slip-cast parian clay vessels on water filled plinth, 45cm x 15cm