Slipware Plate No. 18

Dylan Bowen
£150
Slipware Plate No.18 by ceramicist Dylan Bowen is a unique piece thrown on a wheel and decorated in gestural patterns. Dylan cites contemporary slipware artists such as Jean Nicolas Gerard, Clive Bowen, and Simon Carrol as sources of inspiration for his work.

Slipware Plate No.18 by Dylan Bowen was inspired by abstract expressionism. As a result, Dylan's slipware embodies the spontaneity and energy invested in the creative process. His unique gestural aesthetic makes all of his work instantly recognisable, and each plate is signed on the back with the maker's mark.
Material: Earthenware
Dimensions: Height: 1cm, Length: 17cm, Width: 17cm
Care Instructions: Wipe clean with a damp cloth
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Process

Each plate is hand-built and individually decorated by Dylan using contrasting slip (a type of liquid clay) and clear glaze.
Slipware Plate No. 18
The Maker Dylan Bowen Ceramicist - South East England

Renowned for his loosely thrown monochromatic work, Dylan Bowen is a well-established slipware potter. Having trained at the Shebbear Pottery in north Devon and Camberwell School of Art in London, Dylan and his partner Jane Bowen, who is also a potter, now work from their studio in Oxford. For Dylan, the making and decorating process blend together so that the spontaneity and energy invested in the creative process are embodied in the finished piece.