Ceramic lecturer at Wolverhampton in international symposium
Gwen Heeney, senior lecturer in Applied Arts, worked on a project over the Summer in Latvia called:
The brief set to the artists was that light should be a vital part of the object/ sculpture, and artists could use wood, metal and other materials if needed.
The exhibition opened in Cesis Medieval Castle Park on 20 July.
Gwen has previously worked on commissions in the USA at the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts, Montana, The Museum of Contemporary Ceramics, Icheon, Korea, the University of Costa Rica, Fuping, China, Municipality of Eskishire in Turkey.
She has also authored the book Brickworks, an in-depth investigation into the use of brick as an artistic medium, looking at a group of international artists.