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"... best known for his research into ceramics and print. He creates individual pieces that blur the boundaries between fine art, craft and design.
His practice is diverse, so as well as making individual artworks, installations and artefacts for exhibition, he also works to commission, writes, teaches and curates. ...
His ceramic printed objects are in private and public collections around the world including The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design Norway, the Victoria and Albert Museum London, The National Museum Stockholm Sweden, Tullie House Carlisle Museum and Art Gallery and The Shipley Art Gallery Gateshead." http://cumbrianblues.com/
"...a Cumbrian based artist with a diverse practice and an international reputation. He is well known for his research into printed vitreous surfaces, as well as his characteristic blue and white artworks in glazed ceramic which can be found in public collections around the globe – including the Victoria and Albert Museum London, The National Museum Stockholm Sweden, The National Decorative Arts Museum Norway and The Museum of Art and Design New York.
The combination of rigorous research, writing, studio practice and commissioning ensures that his work is continually developing – but it is fundamentally concerned with landscape, pattern and a sense of place." https://ceramichouse.wordpress.com/paul-scott/
"Paul Scott’s work involves the digital manipulation of established vocabularies of printed motif, pattern and image from industrial ceramic archives and engraved book illustration. Cloning and collaging these, sometimes with photographic elements, he creates contemporary artworks in ceramic and printed form. The altered ready-mades, hand-built sculptural vignettes and architectural interventions are all characterized by a blue and white semiotic. Together with a focus on pastoral landscapes and chinoiserie, Scott’s work draws on the ..." http://www.caa.org.uk/exhibitions/archive/2008/teas-up/paul-scott/