Sarah McLeary

Ceramics and Architecture

loch tay

Our friend Paul Tebble invited Alison and I to Loch Tay – The Big Shed – for a reprise of ‘A Painter, Potter and a Poet’ exhibition. This was an opportunity to see the pots in nature, and to see some of the paintings that Anne had made when she undertook a residency at The Big Shed.

It was also a chance to hear Paul recite some of the lovely poems that Elizabeth Burns had written to accompany the pots.

An ancient recipe
Take earth
Mix with water
Dry in air
Bake in fire
When it has touched
each element
your pot will be ready.

I love ferns, they’re so geometrical. These reminded me of iron oxide

And amazing moss, the colour was beautiful

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