In this piece a raw, unfired Jar made from a blend of local clays was placed at the top of Carn Treliwyd to weather away. There are cycles within Nature, some quick, others slow, and this artwork illustrates one cycle as a metaphor for all. Made from the Earth, it will be returned to the Earth by wind and rain. Clay in turn is created from the weathering of igneous rocks upon which this Jar has been placed.

My work is inspired by landscape and I have placed this Jar to venerate its surroundings. The act of placing the Jar immediately draws attention to its location. It has been suggested that ...


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