Anne Clifton

vet-tro-graph (vet’tro’graf) n [< L. vetri - glass] [< Gr. graph – draw]

Vetrograph play at the intersection of an intuitive drawing process and the physical and chemical reactions and interaction of coloured glasses.

Central to this is an exploration of relationship and inter-relationship; where one layer or drawn line of colour reacts with or against another, where colours fold and meet, separate or pull each other apart.

Sometimes the relationships are literal, sometimes littoral. Importantly, the edge is either defined or undefined and is only made apparent by the underlying elements.

Drawing from my previous studies of ceramics, with a focus on form and surface, I’m offering an experience of dissonance and a questioning of materiality.

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