Whether you see September as late Summer or early Autumn this month's featured makers will prolong the sunshine. All three makers have shown here before with some success and I have no doubt that together they will provide an admirable contrast in both technique and creative style.
It is a pleasure to have a fine group of Claire Murray's original figurative sculpture. They will make you smile but also reflect on the inner self which is redolent of so much of her work. I see that she is now using more colour in her work and this adds to the dramatic qualities of her quirky pieces. There is literally no one else making work like this and I am sure that these figures will generate considerable interest and comment.
Kyra Cane had her first show at Bevere in 2016 and it was very well received. She has exemplary skills evident in her finely thrown porcelain pots. Once again we are seeing porcelain as the ultimate clay body for tactility and luminescence. These vessels are elegant and have great presence. Kyra is a well known teacher of ceramics and I am delighted that she will be with us at this month's maker's lunch to talk about her work and her creative inspiration.
Clearly there will be much to enjoy this month and I hope that our visitors will agree.