By Harriet Hellman
40 x 42 x 17 cm
Price on request
About Harriet Hellman
Having completed a BA in Fine Art /Sculpture and discovered clay at evening classes while bringing up her young family. She went on to complete an HND in Ceramics at Richmond Adult Education College. Later completing a two-year Ceramics Diploma at the City Lit, followed by an MA at the Royal College of Art from 2018-2020.
Harriet continues to work as a self-employed artist from her studio in South London. She has exhibited widely with exhibitions including the ‘Power of Material’ at the Design Museum, ‘From Nature’ and ‘Small Impact’ Exhibitions at Informality Gallery and (Eco)Logical Sense Exhibition at the Hockney Gallery in Kensington.
Harriet took part in a residency at Guldagergaard Ceramic research center in Denmark in 2020. More recently returning from a sailing residency with SailBritian, that looked at the impact of climate on our oceans.
About Anthropocene Wave
Anthropocene Wave evokes the natural forces of the wild Atlantic Coast in North Devon and the geology of the landscape. It addresses Harriet’s concerns with the precariousness of the human condition, the fragility of the earth and the detrimental effect of the human on the natural environment.
“Thinking about the engagement of time and the natural forces of the sea on the geology of the landscape, the work is multi-fired with layered glazes until I intuitively feel the work is finished.” Harriet Hellman