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Saturday, August 1, 2015

in two dimensions and three

(Work by David Walters)

Recently opened at Artisan Gallery is a ceramic exhibition entitled "In two dimensions and three" featuring artists who all have strong links to the University of KwaZulu-Natal.

“Artisan Gallery is extremely proud to host this exhibition which is of international standing,” says gallery owner Ingrid Lotter Smith. The exhibition features works by Kim Bagley, David Walters, Ian Calder and Louise Jennings.

David Walters is a Franschhoek based studio potter well -known for his exquisitely crafted reduction fired ceramics. He has a BAFA degree from the University of Natal (now UKZN) and has been potting for over 30 years. His previous studios were Caversham Mill in the Natal Midlands and the Particular Pottery, Kenninghall, Norfolk, England

Also from KwaZulu-Natal and trained at the University of Natal, Kim Bagley works from the studios at 318 Ceramics, Farnham Pottery in the UK. Ian Calder is professor of ceramics in visual arts at University of KwaZulu-Natal.

Louise Jennings joined the ceramics department at UKZN in 2009 to further her knowledge of porcelain and glaze technology. She does ceramics and paints from her studio in Cowies Hill, Durban.

In two dimensions and three runs until August 12 at Artisan Gallery, 344 Florida Road, Morningside in Durban. For more information contact Ingrid on 031 312 4364 or at