'Mo Jupp is arguably now making his very best work; a condensing, a distillation of over forty five years at the figurative coal face. He is surely getting to the heart of the matter, his three-dimensional clay drawings abstracting so vividly the stance and attitude of the female, in rolls, joints and sags of slip-enriched clay. Their sense of abbreviation directs us to the essential. He reduces, extends and elongates. Making is both an act of compression and addition. These objects are unmistakably Jupp, a world of modern and beguiling archetypes he has made his own.'