Ceramic Surgery: Artist explores what lies beneath the surface of popular crockery

Ceramic Surgery: Beccy Ridsdel explores what lies beneath the surface of popular crockery

Artist Beccy Ridsdel is a ceramicist who loves to explore what lies beneath the surface of traditional floral dinnerware. Beccy studied Contemporary 3D Crafts at the University of York achieving a first class honours degree in 2008. Since then she has taught ceramics and kiln formed glass and has exhibited her own work both in the UK and internationally as well as been featured in several prestigious art journals. Beccy currently teaches part-time at York College and enjoys being in her own workshop making ceramics for exhibition and private collections.
( h/t: boredpanda and creativeboom)
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