“Trees, rocks, fields, river-beds – these and other aspects of landscape are the images through which [Regel] seeks to convey her vision. A romantic to the core, she wants not only to capture the forms, energies and rhythms of these natural phenomena but to suggest the emotional response they evoke in her… Her work is informed by something of the same sense of awe in the face of nature, a similar openness to its transcendental dimension.” (John Christian)
Regel was born in Poland and now lives and works in London. She received her Masters from the Royal College of Art in 2006. The artist has exhibited extensively in the UK and abroad, including the Triennale of Contemporary Ceramics and Glass, Belgium (2015); Biennale of Contemporary Ceramics, Vallourice, France (2015); ‘Cooper’s Legacy’ at the Contemporary Ceramics Centre, London, 2015; ‘Formed’ at the Lakeside Arts Centre, Nottingham, 2015 and a solo show in Stockholm, 2015. She was selected for the ‘Awards’ exhibition at the British Ceramics Biennial in 2015. Her work also appears in public collections; The Westerwald Museum in Germany, the World Ceramics Museum in South Korea and the PCI Fitch. Regel has received several awards such as the “Best of English Industry Award” from PCI Fitch Tate Modern London and the Crafts Council Development Award. She is a member of both the Royal British Society of Sculptors and the Craft Potters Association.
Showing new works by Beatwoven, Helen Carnac, Christopher Duffy, Ernst Gamperl, David Gates, Marlène Huissoud, Eleanor Lakelin, John Makepeace, Aneta Regel, Marc Ricourt, Marcin Rusak, Wycliffe Stutchbury, Joseph Walsh, Nic Webb.
Works by Helen Carnac, Christopher Duffy, Ernst Gamperl, David Gates, Ruth Gurvich (kindly loaned by Vacheron Constantin), Zaha Hadid, Marlène Huissoud, Eleanor Lakelin, Gareth Neal, John Makepeace, Aneta Regel, Marc Ricourt, Wycliffe Stutchbury, Joseph Walsh and Nic Webb.
Sarah Myerscough is pleased to present “Random Growth”, a selection of works by established European contemporary ceramicists. “Random Growth” is an introduction, the first of a series of curated ceramic shows, which aims to present and promote the diversity and inventiveness of today’s European ceramic scene.