Justin James comes from Aberfan and was still a student when he exhibited these works at the National Eisteddfod of Wales in 1995.
6. Formed by slip-casting the terracotta jug is based on the throw-away milk carton and has a handle in the form of a cow’s tail. The work offers a witty response to the familiar 19th century tradition of the cow creamer. He also made bone-china versions which can be seen in the photograph in the National Eisteddfod catalogue from 1995.
7. In this piece the artist used a mould taken from a balloon to create a slip-cast form that just suggests the idea of an animal.
Latvia Peteris Martinsons
South Africa Ardmore ceramic studio
Algeria Kabylie, Berber ceramics
Mexico Conception Aguilar, Ocotlan
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