KENNET WILLIAMSSON & SUNNA JONSDOTTER

Passions
– Playing in Clay, Father and Daughter

October 14 – November 3, 2017

In the exhibition Passions – Playing in Clay, Father and Daughter, ceramicists Kennet Williamsson and Sunna Jonsdotter show their mutual passion for clay as a material but each with their own perspective.

Kennet Williamsson is one of Sweden’s most renowned ceramicists, or potter as he calls himself, with many years of experience and exquisite works under his belt. Sunna Jonsdotter shares his delicate touch for working in clay which she utilizes in her sculptural and poetic works.

Passions – Playing in Clay, Father and Daughter features works by these creatives which have never been exhibited before. It is a strong meeting between parent and child, between different temperaments and expressions departing from a mutual material and a shared love for it.

Artist talk: Tuesday October 17, 5.30 pm. Kennet Williamsson and Sunna Jonsdotter in conversation with Petter Eklund, ceramic connoisseur and author.

 

SUNNA JONSDOTTER

Wall sculpture, “Abstract Glazing on Broken Tiles”, glaze on bone china.

KENNET WILLIAMSSON

Sculptures, “Humpty Dumpty”, burnt clay, vinyl paint.

KENNET WILLIAMSSON

Sculptures, “The Pen and Eraser” and “That’s What Friends Are For”, burnt clay, vinyl paint.

KENNET WILLIAMSSON

Sculpture, “Homage à Truls Melin”, burnt clay, vinyl paint.

SUNNA JONSDOTTER

Wall sculpture, “Abstract Glazing on Broken Tiles”, glaze on bone china.

KENNET WILLIAMSSON

Sculpture, “Graal”, burnt clay, vinyl paint.

KENNET WILLIAMSSON

Sculpture, “The Middle Kingdom”, burnt clay and vinyl paint.

SUNNA JONSDOTTER

Wall sculpture, “Abstract Glazing on Broken Tiles”, glaze on bone china.