Contemporary Ceramics Centre is pleased to present Bev Bell-Hughes and Margaret O’Rorke in an exhibition that examines two different dialogues with clay; one between clay and nature, the other between clay and light. The twilight and darkness of the shorter late autumn days in November provides the perfect setting to reveal the beauty shared by these two artists.
The tactile structures of Bev Bell-Hughes’s objects are born out of a relationship between clay and natural forms, in direct response to the coastal environment close to where she lives.
Margaret O’Rorke exploits the translucency of high fired porcelain producing forms interwoven
with fibre optics to create unique fluid cascades of light and clay.