|Citation: ||In: China Clay Country Park, Mining and Heritage Museum, St Austell, UK|
|Issue Date: ||2005 |
|Additional Links: ||http://www.wlv.ac.uk/Default.aspx?page=16045|
|Abstract: ||Shaw produced three variations of bowl forms, with precise patterns juxtaposed against bold background colours for “Whitegold”, an international exhibition of commissioned work in porcelain. Based on previous work, this commission enabled Shaw to develop a new strategy for complex pattern making based on building up intricate layers of colour through screen-printing. While pursuing the juxtaposition of colour and form, which is the signature of her work, Shaw used the new patterning process to develop a new aesthetic for her work, metaphorically referencing domestic table settings.|
|Appears in Collections: ||Contemporary Design and Applied Art|
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