10 Parishes Festival of visual and performing arts
Kay Waite

Kay Waite

My work is both Porcelain and Bone China and concentrates on exploiting the translucent qualities both these materials possess. My current work is very much inspired by the Exmoor skies, rivers and landscape where live and work. The more sculptural work is influenced by nests found in nature which when lit show the fragile qualities of these structures. Textiles feature in these sculptures to express how we as human beings nurture and swaddle our young.

Event Type: Exhibition

Disciplines: Ceramics/Glass

Parish: Waterrow and Chipstable

Artist Contact

Email: kaywaiteceramics@hotmail.co.uk
Phone: 01643 863555
Mobile: 07973 905294
Web Address: www.kaywaiteceramics.co.uk

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Venue

Waterrow and Chipstable Village Hall

Address of venue:
Waterrow
Wiveliscombe
TA4 2AX

Directions: From Wiveliscombe follow B3227 in direction of Bampton. At Rock Inn turn right. Village Hall is 200m on left.

Opening times

Saturday 11:
10.30-17.30

Sunday 12:
10.30-17.30

Monday 13:
10.30-17.30

Tuesday 14:
10.30-17.30

Wednesday 15:
10.30-17.30

Thursday 16:
10.30-17.30

Friday 17:
10.30-17.30

Saturday 18:
10.30-17.30

Sunday 19:
10.30-17.30

Venue Information

Venue contact: Heather Rabbage

Phone: 07581 413934

Disabled Access: Full Disabled Access from side entrance

Toilets: Toilets with disabled access

Dogs: Dogs allowed

Refreshments: Tea, coffee and biscuits

Parking: Roadside Parking

Exhibiting at this venue: Tommy Acock (Handcrafted Bags), John Howells (Photography), Lesa Morley (Painting and Drawing), Heather Rabbage (Weaver & Spinner), Kay Waite (Ceramics). Jan Tillett (Textile Artist)