Lola worked from the theme ‘Waterworld’, and was drawn by the colours, movement and distortion in water created by dissolving bath bombs. She explored this, and the temporary nature of bubbles, through ceramics, video and ultimately a large painting.
Much of her research was done using her phone, and through drawing and experimental ceramic glazing with glass.
Lola visited and was inspired by the National Gallery’s Maggie Hambling show, but equally by looking at Monet, Barbara Hepworth and Dorothy Cross (Sea Cave), at Turner Contemporary and the Kerlin Gallery.
(Amanda Hay, teacher)