Keith Varney

 

Helix 3.1, porcelain

Helix 3,    29 x 11cm

 

 

Helix 555

porcelain

set of three

14 x 14 x 8cm overall

 

Pulse 3 Black &

Pulse 3 White

30 x 8 x 9cm each

 

 

Helix 3 Sold

Helix 2 Sold

Helix 1 Sold

 

 

Concave Convex 2.1

(set of 3)

porcelain

 

Converge (pair)

porcelain

14 x 8 x 8cm each

Sold

 

Helix 555

porcelain

14 x 14 x 8cm

Sold

 

 

Pulse

porcelain

h. 12-15cm

 

Helix

black porcelain

14 x 14 x 8cm

 

Pulse 3 Black &

Pulse 3 White

30 x 8 x 9cm each

 

Concave, Convex

(Set of 4)

Sold

 

Concave, Convex .5

porcelain

12 x 9 x 8cm each

Helix 444

porcelain

13 x 13 x 8cm

 

 

Keith Varney studied ceramics at Bath School of Art and Design, following his career as a furniture designer. He went on to teach at City of Bath College and has recently been selected by the Crafts Council for their ‘Hothouse’ programme. He exhibits regularly in London and was recently awarded the ‘Best Ceramics’ prize at the Contemporary Craft Festival. Working in bone china and porcelain, the geometric and faceted forms are left unglazed, emphasising the translucent white surfaces that are animated by light and shade, creating a sense of movement.

 

Ceramic Review March 2015

 

 

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