SHARON MACKEY MCEACHERN

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Traditional blue and white willow ware always evokes fond memories. My latest design work has been concerned with the exploration of blue and white painting techniques.

Exploring ways of mixing traditional Chinese blue and white painting and ink painting with contemporary western design. The work is inspired by the simple, yet complex nature of the environment. I have taken a keen interest in exploring ways to represent light, reflection and shadows through the use of negative and positive space plus layering to achieve abstract depth and movement.

My exploration of ceramics and desire to learn new and creative techniques led me to the historically rich city of Jingdezhen, China, which has been at the very heart of fine porcelain production by master craftsmen for well over a thousand years.

Joining an artist residency in 2017, 2018 and 2019, I had access to the great ceramic and porcelain masters who taught ancient and modern technical skills, many of which had been handed down over hundreds of generations.

2019 Journeys Jingdezhen. Blue and White ceramic painting. GIGs Albury NSW Australia.

2017 & 2016 Members Exhibition. Ceramic Sculptures. GIGs Albury NSW Australia.

2012 Solo exhibition. Reflections. Paintings Heritage Art Centre Deniliquin NSW Australia. 

2008. Group exhibition Paintings and ceramic sculptures. Southern Riverina Art Gallery Finley NSW Australia.

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