Little and Large
Adam Buick's vessels reference the form of ancient Korean Moon Jars. Moon Jars represented the epitome of the austere Confucian virtues of purity, honesty and modesty. Adam was so inspired by this pure form that he now uses it as the composition for his work.This celestial form is for him symbolic of the planet, his fascination with landscape and how humans have utilized and perceived it.
Walter Keeler is known internationally for his distinctive salt-glazed and earthenware pieces. His shapes are informed by eighteenth century Staffordshire pottery, the forms of Roman blown glass and old fashioned metal milk churns and oil cans. Keeler's work is functional in origin whilst being playful and challenging.