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Sarah Mansbridge

All your love in one day
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All your love in one day

stoneware in glass box
38 x 30 x 6cm
Back into the Sea
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Back into the Sea

stoneware on wood
33 x 33cm
Leaf Crown
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Leaf Crown

stoneware and ethically sourced skull
30cm long
Leaf Crown II
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Leaf Crown II

stoneware and ethically sourced skull
30cm long
Leave You As You Are
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Leave You As You Are

porcelain white stoneware and glass
42 x 30cm
Picking up Roses
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Picking up Roses

stoneware on glass
26 x 91cm
Stone Gardens Bloom
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Stone Gardens Bloom

stoneware in glass box
38 x 30 x 6cm
Such Beautiful Poses
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Such Beautiful Poses

stoneware on linen
39 x 39cm
The Space Between
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The Space Between

stoneware in glass box (freestanding or wall mounted)
28 x 21 x 6cm
Unfaded Charms
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Unfaded Charms

stoneware in glass box
38 x 30 x 6cm
Watch Over You
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Watch Over You

porcelain white stoneware and glass
42 x 30cm
You Shiver and you Shudder
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You Shiver and you Shudder

stoneware on glass
35 x 35cm

“My works are predominantly monochrome in colour as I am fascinated by texture and the interplay of light and shadow on form. I often work with vintage fabrics and other textural elements to create hundreds of individual ceramic pieces, which are all unique. These are then assembled onto glass, board or linen to create both freestanding and wall mounted objects.”

Sarah Mansbridge studied Illustration at Falmouth College of Art, graduating in 1996. She went on to illustrate books for a variety of different book publishers through Lori Nowicki Agency in New York, USA before working for Tate St Ives, then some years later, founding her own gallery Cornwall Contemporary in 2006. After many years running Cornwall Contemporary, Sarah decided to return to her own art practice. She subsequently rediscovered throwing at Leach Pottery and then spent a winter with Ken Spooner in his ceramics studio developing her hand building techniques. She now works predominantly in stoneware, creating free standing and wall hung sculptural pieces that are made up of hundreds of individual and unique ceramic pieces.

 

Cornwall Contemporary

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