Date: 29th May – 15th June 2018
Private Viewing: Friday 25th May
Born from a visit to his native town, Seaham, on the North East Coast, Eddie Curtis’ work examines nature’s ability to regenerate and reclaim what is hers. Situated in the middle of the Durham coalfields this stretch of beach was long bespoiled by the now defunct mines and associated industries. Inspired by what the forces of the sea and the weather have achieved over the passage of time Eddie Curtis has created a prize winning body of work that celebrates a post industrial landscape that is on the cusp of natural regeneration. His works, with surfaces that are built up with multiple layers of texture and engobes, have a spontaneous and organic presence. The making of these ceramic vessels, containers and sculptural forms is informed by his interest in an instinctive,
Eddie also has a two day course taking place on Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th May for further details please click here.
Friday 25th May
5.30pm – 8.30pm
To attend the private viewing please purchase the below FREE ticket. These tickets are limited so book now to avoid disappointment.
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