I work mainly with textiles and clay and sometimes a combination of the two.
Current textile work has involved the use of fishing twine and yarn produced by spinning strips of plastic bags and J-cloths, the method of production and composition of the yarn contributing aspects of meaning to individual pieces of work.
In textile and clay work I explore the interface between the two by producing crocheted and knitted forms, dipping these in clay slip and firing the dried forms. My previous experience as a mathematics teacher left me with an appreciation of shape and strong simple forms figure highly in this work.
A more recent creative arts degree at Bath Spa University gave focus to my work and I continue to explore aspects of the experiences of women in the modern world.
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k3n (Kathryn) Chambers
Sarah O' Hora
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