than writing something about my work.
Camilla Stacey was one of the founding members of here gallery, but she gave it all up for a life by the seaside. She makes work using found materials, with a particular emphasis on ceramics, textile and old photos.
For this show she has taken a variety of found ceramic figurines and re-glazed them, cast them in plaster and covered them in rhinestones. Her piece ‘For the Love of Damien’ is a personal homage to Damien Hirst, the king of the blag, and consists of a re-glazed ceramic piece covered in over 500 rhinestones, with an estimated street value of well over £10.
nostalgia (in a good way)