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Lindsay Rutter

A Bit About Me

It's 2022 and I find myself in my final year of my bachelors degree in Design after a 10 year career in finance prior to this. To put it briefly; I have developed, over the previous 5 years, an obsession with creating. 

I find it difficult to pin point specifically who I am or what I do, but my aim here is to give you a flavour.

My primary focus defaults to ceramics. This is where I am most comfortable. I love the tactility of the material, the feel of it in my hands, the journey the clay takes from raw to firing and glazing. The endless surface texture combinations, the mark making experimentations, the colour and absolute alchemy of the glazing process all continue to blow my mind.

Ceramic exploration does not limit me by material. In my creative journey I will explore with photography, collage, the study of objects, drawing, oil painting, screen printing, mono printing and mark making explorations galore.

 

The ceramic may be the canvas but the journey there is much like any other maker and creator. 

Exhibitions

July 2021 - October 2021

May 2021 - June 2021

March 2021






June 2020  - July 2020






February 2020






June 2019






June 2019

 

Welcome To My World - Ceramics with Narrative / Group Exhibition

THE BURTON AT BIDEFORD ART GALLERY, DEVON

The Broken Bali Pot was selected to tour with the exhibition, starting in Devon.

Past, Present, Future: Celebrating Craft / Group Exhibition

THE WALKER ART GALLERY, LIVERPOOL

The Identity Jug ( The Many Severed Heads) was selected to be shown in The Walker Art Gallery.

Femininity Undefined / Group Exhibition

CONNECT WITH ART, ONLINE EVENT

Three pieces of work were shown in this online event.

 

 

CCA Gallery International, Jersey Summer Exhibition 2020 / Group Exhibition

CCAI GALLERY, ST. HELIER, JERSEY

Bob’s Pot was selected for the exhibition.

Launch2! / Group Exhibition

LIVERPOOL

1st year Liverpool Hope University Fine Art, Design, Graphic Design and Visual Culture Exhibition.

Highlands College UAL Art & Design Exhibition / Group Exhibition

ST. HELIER, JERSEY

The Nipple Womb. An installation of approximately 180 plaster cast nipples mounted on a wall, body casts and projection with sound. 

 

CCA Gallery International, Jersey Summer Exhibition 2019 / Group Exhibition

ST. HELIER, JERSEY

BIG RED won the summer prize.

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