After a short hiatus through 2018, taking time to get to grips with being a new parent, I returned to the studio and made a new artwork for an exhibition in Durham.
Encounter at Ustinov College, Durham – Exploring the encounter between climate change, nature and society.
‘Re-maid’ 2019 found ceramic and plastic bottle components with plastic spoon and paint
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I have two ceramic cows on display in the exhibition ‘Rock Paper Scissors’ at Arts Centre Washington.
cOW! That Hurts! (2011) ceramic, glaze and safety pin
Cow-a-bout-that (2011) ceramic, glaze and metal
The exhibition will include work made from paper, metal and stone. Origami, papier mâché, jewellery, sculpture, stone carving, ceramics will all be on display. Like the game the exhibition explores the strengths and weaknesses and interactions between the different mediums – in a playful manner
Exhibition runs Friday 25 April until 14 June 2014.
Arts Centre Washington
Biddick Lane, Washington, Tyne and Wear, NE38 8AB.
I will be presenting new works from the dysfunktional ceramix family collection in a group exhibition at Bristol’s Motorcade/Flashparade. Featuring a tasty offering of work by the following artists:
Curated by Sarah Tulloch.
mish•mash proudly presents gal•li•mau•fry – a dish made of leftovers.
Thursday 16th February
Pre-preview critique: 6-7pm
Friday 17th – Sunday 19th February
12 – 6pm
Come and feast on the delectable delights of an object/image medley created especially for Motorcade/FlashParade.
mish•mash artists collect objects and images with junkshop origins and re-categorize them with a self-imposed logic. We cut, break, fold, fuse, add, subtract and re-arrange. The artists’ treatment of the source material creates a disconcerting undertone to a beguiling and playful world.
Tagged ART, bristol, ceramic, ceramix, disfigurine, exhibition, february, Funk, junk, object, Peter-Ashley, show
A relatively early work from the Dysfunktional Ceramix Family goes on show from Saturday 15 October 2011 at Globe Gallery, 53 – 57 Blandford Square, Newcastle upon Tyne.
The piece on display will be ‘Bird Sheep Girl’ from 2009 which will be auctioned as part of a fund raising event for the Gallery. The auction is LIVE from Globe Gallery on the evening of Friday 25 November 2011. Also being auctioned are works by other major contemporary artists. See the website for those details… http://www.globegallery.org/auction.php
And to bid now, go here… http://globeauction.co.uk/peter-ashley-jackson
Bird Sheep Girl, 2009, image courtesy of Globe Gallery
Back in October I was succesful in my appliaction for AA2A (Artists Access to Art Colleges) at Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne.
The scheme is nationwide and allows artists the opportunity to access an art college in order to use facilities to enhance their work.
The AA2A scheme has a website where other AA2A atists can share images of their work, thoughts and progress on their placement, through blogs, images and message boards. The web site is visible to people who are not on the scheme so they can follow the blog posts of artists.
You can read my blog posts at http://aa2a.biz/pg/profile/peterj
Self Portrait as Figurine in Berlin at the 300 years of European Porcelain Exhibition, 2010