Exhibition highlights potter’s fine legacy

Exhibition highlights potter’s fine legacy
 

The work of Halifax craftsman Isaac Button, one of the UK’s last ‘country potters’, is explored in the autumn/winter exhibitions at Dean Clough Galleries.
Artist Rupert Brakspear has used archive and contemporary ceramics, photos and raw materials to reveal the continuing impact of Button, who worked at Soil Hill pottery, on the region and beyond.
The impact of Button’s work on contemporary ceramics is explored in ‘Lost and Found’ in the Link Gallery.
Also on show are works by Barnsley-based photographer Adam Summerscales whose images reveal street life at wheelchair height and a five-year... read more

 
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