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This month in The Atrium, we present:

Dalit Leon

Dalit was born in Israel and has been based in the UK since 2000. She completed her BA at Swansea Metropolitan University and her MA at the Royal College of Art in 2013. She exhibits both nationally and internationally.


The natural world, as well as states of consciousness in which dream and material realities interweave, are at the core of Dalit’s creative vision. Her practice is process-led, a meditation around creating spaces and finding depths within and beyond the two- dimensionality of the surface. A crucial concern is depth of observation as a meaningful act of engagement with life, and the pertinence of cognitive and imaginative reflection in the abstract.


The ideas that inform Leon’s work visually seek to consolidate the reality of physical systems (Chaos and Complexity) and metaphysics, reflecting the notion of an infinite and indiscriminate cosmos on one hand, and the formality and distinctiveness of cultural and spiritual consciousness on the other. 


Raymond Church

Raymond is a ceramic artist renowned for his satirical plays on the classical pottery of ancient Greece. Originally from Hastings in South East England, Raymond relocated to Wales and studied for a BA (hons) in ceramics at Carmarthen College of Art from 1997-2000. He is now based in Swansea and continues to exhibit in galleries throughout the UK. Most recently Raymond was selected for a prestigious European Exhibition, the Biennale de la Ceramique, Exhibition of Contemporary Ceramics in Belgium 2015.


The inspiration for Raymond’s work is drawn directly from the use of imagery on classical pottery originating largely from Greece. The scenes in his work are acute and challenging commentaries on our society and culture today. In some of his compositions he has retained specific symbolic elements of Greek mythology and juxtaposed them with contemporary images in an attempt to convey a social discourse.


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