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William Morris Gallery

Christine Binnie - Arts and Crafts pot - Blue

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£55.00 GBP
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Handmade ceramic pot by Christine Binnie, created especially for the William Morris Gallery to coincide with 'Radical Landscapes: Art Inspired by the Land'.

Inspired by William Morris's Willow design, each pot incorporates hand carved leaf sprigs and the text 'Arts and Crafts'. Hand coloured and glazed, with a stamped border and unglazed base.
Please note that due to the handmade nature of this piece, each pot will differ.

Materials:  Earthenware ceramic and glaze

Size: Approx 7.5cm high x 10cm wide at the mouth

About the artist.

Christine Binnie is a ceramicist and performance artist, best known for her activity as a founding member of the Neo Naturists group. Together with Jennifer Binnie and Wilma Johnson, Christine Binnie formed the collective in London in 1981, and created performances and appearances using body painting, found objects, art works and domestic items to create colourful subversive performance pieces staged in nightclubs and galleries. The group still perform together occasionally, and Binnie’s ceramic works explore many of the same themes as the Neo Naturists’ performances, challenging current social and political narratives.