18th May - 15th June 2019
Exhibition by artist Martin Procter with ceramicist Laurel Keeley
Private View: Friday 17th May, 17:30 – 19:30
Meet The Artists: Saturday 18th May, 11:00- 15:00
All welcome to attend!
The connecting theme of this exhibition of Martin’s paintings with Laurel’s ceramics is to do with their individual ways of seeing over and beneath the landscape, discovering new tracks – picking over the often hidden bones of a place, and seeking to make intuitive, grounded work, a hand-formed land in paint and clay.
Martin Procter has exhibited widely in Britain and the United States; the thirty six paintings in this exhibition reflect his love of wild places, climbing, hillwalking, and a fascination with the marks man makes on the underlying form and structure of the landscape. He has an academic background in geography, a career in architecture and building, and has been painting full time since 1996; he lives on Dartmoor, and is a SWAc member.
Laurel Keeley has an academic background in the arts and literature, but long ago started making ceramics – an affair of the heart with clay and pots.
She established her first pottery in Exeter in 1979, winning many awards; Laurel is a SWAc founder member, a member of the Devon Guild, and exhibits and sells her ceramics nationally.