Canvas, Cups and other Curios

Edmund de Waal visited Turner Contemporary yesterday. He’s a ceramicist and an author, amongst other things I’m sure. I am ashamed to say I’d not heard about his best-selling memoir, The Hare with Amber Eyes, until I googled him, but I knew I’d heard of him. I had forgotten I’d looked at his work when I was at uni, sketching some of it during a quest for inspiration. I’m rummaging around for that particular sketchbook as you read this (so… many… sketchbooks…), but I can’t find it. I will post photos when I do.

Edmund de Waal visited Turner Contemporary yesterday. He’s a ceramicist and an author, amongst other things I’m sure. I am ashamed to say I’d not heard about his best-selling memoir, The Hare with Amber Eyes, until I googled him, but I knew I’d heard of him. I had forgotten I’d looked at his work when I was at uni, sketching some of it during a quest for inspiration. I’m rummaging around for that particular sketchbook as you read this (so… many… sketchbooks…), but I can’t find it. I will post photos when I do.

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