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March 11, 2019

We agree that less is more and create only one image for the whole plate. We cut out template and try to see if we can visualise our finished product. 

We agree that the vegetable images are more our style and humour and as they are rare and very few are online - these...

March 4, 2019

The plates start to get a little more refined and designed. We would like the form of the plate to be clean and modern. At this stage we're using stoneware to create our designs, we fire to bisque and then add clear glaze. These are first stage tests so we are trying t...

February 11, 2019

We start to make marquette and play with different forms and images. We look at making our own plates as well as up-cycling old vintage plates. 

The plates have images that provide a guide to the potion size of your food. They also take the visual guides from the ‘healt...

January 21, 2019

Susan, a researcher by trade and currently the Head of the Library at the Islamic Art Museum. The museum has a large collection of rare gastronomy books. She has found a wonderful playful book called “L empire des Legumes” (1851). A masterpiece of nineteenth-century Fr...

December 10, 2018

In 2012 my fellow artist (Susan Parker-Leavy) and I were Artist in Residence at Guldagergaard in Denmark, our project was to create a sectioned plate inspired by the ‘Thali' and talk about the abundance that of all ‘things’ at weddings. We created a fusion plate “India...

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