G39 Pots

As part of the Made in Roath festival this week, I went to visit the works of Serena Korda at the G39 gallery space. I feel that although her work feels ‘earthy’ because of the glazes she uses, her pieces also take on a more mystical air because of their unusual shapes and textures. They also seem to emanate a sense of timelessness, as if they have been around for centuries. I was fascinated to look at her choice of glazes and how she has applied them to her imaginative pieces. This in depth study will definitely help me in my understanding of the impact and results you can achieve from different glazes and has encouraged me to experiment with earthy colours in my next pieces.
  
  

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