Emerging Potters Magazine 7, July/September 2017

 

“The first thing that Cynthia Corbett looks for when considering a maker’s work is – does it look dynamic and has it a depth of sophistication to hold your interest? Next will be a commitment to their craft and how serious is the maker in wanting to succeed. What does the work try to say and is it articulated in the final work. For Corbett this can be subjective, but it is still the foundation of a working relationship and a potentially large investment in time and money by the gallery.”

 

Read the rest of the interview in the Emerging Potters Magazine 7, July – September 2017 and find out more about Young Masters Maylisg Gand Ceramics Prize.

 

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