An artist of some twenty years standing working in ceramics and paintings, selling work locally, nationally and internationally.
The inspiration for most of Blandine’s work begins in the forms of the landscape of her immediate surroundings in North Devon. Her works are directly affected by the colours of the changing seasons, and the scale of her sculpture captures both the broad sweep of ploughed fields and the minutiae of the hedgerows.
Throughout her career Blandine has been an active member of the Devon Guild of Craftsmen through which she has become involved in the Guild’s ‘Big Hand Little Hand’ scheme, working on ceramic projects with schools throughout the Southwest of England. The success of these projects and Blandine’s enjoyment of teaching have led to her collaboration in ceramic projects with children and adults in the Republic of Ireland and Scotland. This inspired Blandine’s own return to studies, this time in order to research the Gaelic language and folklore of the Western Highlands at Sabhal Mor Ostaig on the Isle of Skye.
This renowned ceramic sculptor has avid collectors throughout the world.
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