Path and Inspiration Using clay dug from ponds and parks, Cecily Loveys Jervoise explores the rich history of clay and ceramics and the deeply rooted connections the material has with women and plant life. Using foraged clay, Thames sludge and waste organic matter, she considers
Her sculptures are unfinished, untidy and in motion sculptures, growing from the ground like a garden in spring. They echo the land they are made with, of and for,
Process and Practice She uses materials almost wholly foraged from the ground to build unfinished, untidy and in motion sculptures and installations which sway and move like a garden in spring.
Confronting consumerist conventions, she sorts muddy rocks as a means to embrace slow craft and explore the material as the belly of the earth.