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Clare’s initial inspiration came from micro photography images of human irises which highlight the amazing microscopic forms and individually unique structures. Using various techniques, she tried to replicate these textures to make each of her vessels as unique as the human eye. Once she had settled on a technique, she started to look into other highly textured forms within the natural world, from dry stone walls to the gill structure of fungi.
She uses a variety of reduction, raku and wood firing techniques in an endeavour to enrich her deeply textured organic forms. She enjoys using her fingers to manipulate and in the physical forming of her pieces making each one unique. Texture is very important to her. To create her work she makes her own tools from a mixture of found objects to stamp with. She also carves or forms additional detail into her hand-built stoneware vessels. Her forms are highly tactile in the making and this translates through to the finished piece. She actively encourages
New work by Clare Deborah Watson will be in the gallery and on the website shortly.
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