BA (Hons) Fine Art and Art History, Kingston School of Art.
“Materials list for foraged ceramics:
Bucket, Spade, Mud, Time, Sunshine, Clay, YouTube, Teaspoon, Sawdust, Manure, Leaves, Matches.
Wallowing in an organic/synthetic, nature/culture riff, my work reconnects to what we call nature through organic matter and slow processes. These foraged clay ceramics are fired with leaves and manure to create unpredictable patterns. They are emblematic of my decisions to prioritise organic reappreciation. And my favourite thing, the pots themselves encourage foraging for flowers to fill them.”
Degree show: With a physical degree show yet to happen, Kingston’s final year Fine Art students are continuing to run a series of takeovers on the Instagram account @kingstonfineart3rdyear
See more of Cecily’s work at www.cecilyloveysjervoise.com
1. Cecily Loveys Jervoise, Muddy Hands, 2020, smoke fired foraged clay ceramics.
2. Cecily Loveys Jervoise, Muddy Hands, 2020, smoke fired foraged clay ceramics.