Inspired by visits to Istanbul and Venice, Temple’s form is intrinsically linked to its function. As a dazzling counterpoint to the stately elegance of the gardens its idiosyncratic style is an invitation to contemplation and personal reflection. A crucial part of her process in recent years has been her interest in collaboration. Simon Moore provided the fused glass windows which allow soft, coloured light into the structures roof.
Sandy Brown was trained in the art of making ceramics at the Daisei Pottery in Mashiko, Japan. The recipient of Art Council funding, and chosen as Britain’s artist in residence in Australia by the British Council for 1988, Brown has been an important international figure for many years, whose works feature regularly in exhibitions all over the world. Brown’s art is represented by pieces in major public institutions, including the Victoria & Albert Museum, London; Ulster Museum, Belfast; Aberdeen Museum & Art Gallery; the World Ceramic Centre, South Korea and the Museum for Applied Art in Frankfurt.
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