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Project Description

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Duncan AYSCOUGH

2006

  • July Alchemy, Solo exhibition, Model House, Llantrisant
  • January solo exhibition, Galanthus, Hereford

2005

  • September Naked Clay, Rufford Art Centre

2005

  • April ‘Expect the Unexpected’, Leeds City Art Gallery

2004

  • January ‘Classic IX Biennale, Welsh Pavilion, Belgium

2003

  • October Chelsea Craft Fair
  • September Made, Bristol solo exhibition
  • February ‘Modus Operandi’, The Gallery, Ruthin Craft Centre
  • February Group Exhibition, The Albany Gallery, Cardiff

2002

  • November ‘A Touch of Gold’, Contemporary Ceramics
  • August Art & Craft Pavilion, National Eisteddfod
  • July Solo Exhibition, Made, Bristol
  • June Summer Exhibition, Beaux Arts, Bath

2001

  • October Chelsea Craft Fair
  • August One Man Show, The Maltby Gallery, Winchester

2000

  • November ‘Out of the Ashes’ International exhibition, smoke fired pottery, Craft in the Bay

1999

  • September Exhibition of Smoke Fired Pottery, Collection Gallery, Ledbury
  • August Group Exhibition, St. James’ Gallery, Bath
  • July International Ceramics Exhibition, Aberystwyth Arts Centre
  • June Craft West – Selected Touring Exhibition
  • January Society of Designer Craftsmen Exhibition, Mall Galleries

1998

  • November ‘The Discerning Eye’ – Mall Galleries

1996

  • February ‘Ceramics Contemporaries Two’ – Victoria & Albert Museum
  • February ‘Fireworks 111’ – Contemporary Ceramics

1995

  • December ‘Christmas Glitter’ – Contemporary Ceramics
  • August Arts & Crafts Pavilion – Royal National Eisteddfod of Wales
  • July New Ceramics from Wales – Aberystwyth Art Centre

1994

  • August ‘Setting Out’ – Contemporary Ceramics, London

1993

  • March Ceramics Contemporaries – Victoria & Albert Museum
  • June Craft Development Grant, Carmarthenshire County Council
  • May Creative Development Grant, The Arts Council of Wales
  • July Grant from the Welsh Arts Council to assist in establishing a studio and developing creative practice
  • August – October William De Morgan Fellowship – researched and produced body of work
  • showing inspiration of William De Morgan