Eric Moss creates modifiable and nest-able one-off abstract sculptural assemblies and desktop or wall-mounted tessellated arrays of ‘waveforms’ in a range of ceramic bodies and finishes. His standalone individual sculptures may be combined with others to create a variety of novel display opportunities. Wheel-thrown, press-moulded, slip-cast and slab-built forms are initially inspired by both the natural and industrial worlds but invariably evolve into pure geometries which, superficially, appear simple but which, on investigation, reveal a subtle complexity.
£2 - £2,000
Travelling south from Thirsk on A168, take next exit after passing Petrol Station. Go through Topcliffe, continue over River Swale. Take 1st left, signed Asenby Only, then 1st left. Crane House is on left at village green.
Park with care on roadside or preferably in the village
Loose gravel forecourt and two sets of steps
Toilet, on ground floor of house up 2 steps (i.e. 40m distant and up 2 sets of 5 steps from studio).
To further enhance the 'visitor experience' in 2019, raku firings (weather dependent) or sculpture-making techniques demonstrations will take place over both weekends. My rural studio is situated at the bottom of my garden (which increases the studio’s ‘gallery’ space with outside displays) and has an appealing and inspiring riverside location which is informing my current work.