Jack Doherty
WAYPOINT - vessels by Jack Doherty
5th September to 9th October 2015

 

WAYPOINT  - vessels by Jack Doherty 'Waypoint' is the title for a multi-site exhibition of soda-fired porcelain vessels which connects with the unique history of the fishing community. The term 'waypoint' refers to a mapped location on land or at sea. More simply they are signposts: outcrops, stars and boulders which mark a route and guide a boat along its way. Similarly this exhibition takes the viewer on a physical and emotional journey through the history of the local fishing community. Exhibited across four historic sites in St Ives, the main part of the exhibition is on show at the New Craftsman Gallery, while St Nicholas Chapel on the island, St Leonard's Chapel on the harbour and Rose Lodge on the wharf also play host to Doherty's distinctive and beautiful pots.

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Jack Doherty
Harbouring Vessel
41 (H) cms
Pictured left
£650.00
Ref: 20439