Having just submitted his PhD in Fine Art, ceramicist Dan Elborne has accepted our invitation to join The Regions contemporary art project.
He has created work from the remnants of the residue of clay that had been sourced locally at Kleinton, and from Japan, France, and the US. The 30 – 40 kilos of different coloured clay will not break down following the firing process - they will not return to the earth as dust generally would. As a response to the longevity of the residue it will be turned into a body of work whereby the crumbs will be combined with a fine white cement, and poured into a mould. The works created will be exhibited at Rosalie Gallery, Goombungee, opening on 12th April, at 7pm.
Artist Talk / Q&A with Alexandra Lawson at the opening