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As well as exhibiting his astonishing paintings at the ‘Shadowed Waters’ show next week, landscape artist Rupert Muldoon will be displaying a range of beautiful handmade pots made in collaboration with ceramic artist Mirka Golden-Hann. Take a look at these handmade garden pots.

Rupert Muldoon Pots

The detailed study of plant forms, a thorough understanding of modern living spaces, and the masterful execution of the finest in ceramics design form the basis for this collection.

The forms of the vessels together with the clay of their construction have been carefully chosen to complement the plants they contain; the result is at once a botanical installation and a unique living art work.

Mirka graduated from the iconic Harrow ceramics course. Later the same year she set up her first studio with a colleague. Following her successful completion of MA studies at Bath Spa University with first class honours she accepted artistic residency at Salisbury Arts Centre, where to date she creates her work and runs a busy ceramic studio. Mirka is an award winning artist and a published researcher. Her work is in numerous private collections worldwide.

Bold, naturalistic planting, ready to buy in generously sized hand-built clay pots. Assembled sets of plants, chosen for their complementary texture and structure create an instant look and sumptuous year round presence. An unusual centrepiece, perfect for a coffee table. The plants are very easy to grow and long-lived, giving years of pleasure. The finest British ceramics, designed around the plant form. We can’t wait for you to see this new range of handmade garden pots by Rupert Muldoon here in the gallery where we expect them to fly off the shelves!

A Selection of Handmade Pots by Rupert Muldoon

A Selection of Handmade Pots by Rupert Muldoon

The handmade collection of pots will be available to view as part of the Shadowed Waters exhibition at
Timothy Langston Fine Art & Antiques, 20A Pimlico Road London SW1W 8LJ
14 – 20 November 2016
10 am – 6 pm Daily

and coming soon to www.timothylangston.com

Rupert Muldoon Pots