Kerry Jameson: Imperfectly Perfect
January 16 - February 6, 2016
Kerry Jameson is a London-based sculptor working in ceramics and mixed media. Drawing influences from found sources and the European arts of the 17th and 18th centuries, her works are narrative sculptural forms and paintings. Jameson received her MA in Ceramics and Glass from the Royal College of Art in 2009 and her BA at Central St Martins in 1992. Her work has been shown and exhibited in the United Kingdom – the Saatchi Gallery, Marsden Woo Gallery, Royal Academy of Arts, The Geffrey Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum – in Europe and internationally – Belgium, New York City, West Palm Beach, Chicago, New Zealand.She is represented in the United Kingdom by Marsden Woo Gallery and has work at the public collection of the York Museum and Art Gallery. Fresh off a residency at the illustrious Archie Bray Ceramic Center in Montana, Imperfectly Perfect features new sculpture from her recent 2015 visiting artist there. Her inspiration is drawn from the Dresden Royal Menagerie, a massive commission by August the Strong of Saxony in 1730 of Meissen porcelain animals, and local wildlife, landscape and also the history of Archie Bray.
Inspired by Augustus the Strong's