Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Isobel Egan. Her geometric forms are constructed from porcelain slabs that appear both fragile and immense. Her recent work spans multiple feet in diameter and is made by combining modular box forms that are arranged in patterns that reference cityscapes and architecture. In the interview we talk about her porcelain hand building process, pricing work that is labor intensive, and how showing at large art fairs, like Ceramic Art London, has helped propel her career. For more information visit www.isobeleganceramics.com. This interview was taped at the 2018 Ceramics Ireland International Festival in Thomastown, Kilkenny.

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Photo courtesy of Ceramic Review & Cristian Barnett

 

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