Glisk: gleam or glitter of sunlight. (Scots, Shetland)
From light and shadow to clay: abstract ceramic forms that play with light, shadow and reflection; produced by hand with an experimental process incorporating traditional materials and techniques
Janice’s background is in Architecture; initially working in architectural conservation in Scotland and then lecturing in digital media in Interior Design and Visual Comm at the American University in Dubai. In 2007 she completed at PhD at the University of Hong Kong; her research centred around architectural thinking beyond the formal appearance to explore intangible aspects of such as sense of place. She took up ceramics while on maternity leave and has still to go back to the office. Returning to Glasgow, she undertook an MA Ceramics at Bath School of Art by distance, graduating in January 2020 and is based at Glasgow Ceramics Studio.