This highly anticipated monograph for celebrated British artist, Kate Malone (b.1959) abounds with beautiful illustrations of her exceptional works of art
Renowned for her unique and highly skilled handling of clay, this publication demonstrates how Malone’s pots distil the power and energy of nature. Personal observations and fantastical translations of growth patterns and natural abundance continue to inspire her whilst captivating an ever-increasing audience.
The book also explores Malone’s dedication to glaze research, illustrating a life’s work in the treatment and development of her signature crystalline glazes. Step into her studio and witness how, with an alchemist’s touch, pure forms in bisque-fired clay are transformed with an astonishing array of unique and magnetically coloured glazes. Critical essays from University of Cambridge-Art Historian and BAFTA-nominated broadcaster Dr. James Fox and Freelance Journalist, Writer and Editor, Emma Crichton-Miller explore Malone’s background, inspirations and standing within her artistic field.