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Teena Gould biography

Biography and CV

Sculptural forms and vessels, hand built in ceramic, with highly textured, distressed organic surface. Influenced by the dynamic meeting of the sea and rock structures. Residencies and public art projects working collaboratively with schools and communities. Ceramic sculptures, murals and mosaics for public and community spaces; indoor and outdoor; sharing design, making, construction and installation.

I am moved by the deeper, unseen forces of energy that have shaped our landscape over time. I approach my work with an awareness of that power. Eruptions on the surface of the clay are caused by inner movement within the form.

01 Ceramic/mosaic panels. Canolfan Gwili. Glangwili Hospital. Carmarthen
00 Artist in Residence. National Cycle route, N Wales. 7miles artworks
99 Artist in Residence. Buckley Heritage Trail. Brickwork sculptures.
98 Artist in Residence. Cymer Afan Comprehensive Sch
98 Commission for mosaic floor, Hampton Crt Gdn Fest
98 Sculpture Residency, Bishop Gore School, Swansea
97 Ceramics Residency, Golden Manor Inf. School. Ceramic murals
96 Mind Centre, mural commission
96 Ceramics Residency, Felinfach & Cribyn. Sculptures & ceramics
95 Mosaic & Ceramic mural for MIND centre, Carmarthen
94-95 Residency & Sculpture commission, Wrexham
94 Commission for Llanelli Library. Tile panel
93 Artist in Residence, Llanelli Festival
93 Ceramic mural commission, Gloucester City Council
93 Artist in Residence, Dyfed/ACW
92 Sculpture commission, Sully Hospital
92 Stackpole Centre, sculpture commission
91 & 92 Sculpture Commission for Garden Festival Wales
91 & 92 Spirit of Youth, Fishguard. Ceramic mural
91 Artist in Residence, Milford Haven
90 Basildon School Ceramics. Eastern Arts
90 Rhos School residency. Sculptures and ceramic murals
89/90 Ethelred School, London. Ceramic/mosaic/brickwork.
85/88 Landmarks. Feasibility studies and environmental arts projects in London Schools.
88/87 Tiles for Peace. Swiss Cottage Square, London
87 Jagonari Asian Women's Centre, London Tile panels
86 Sculptures in Parks. London
84 Women's Sculpture Garden, Lambeth
85 Calthorpe Community Garden, London. Ceramic murals
85 Loughborough Estate, Brixton. Sculptural Ceramics (Freeform)
83/84 Islington Schools Environmental Project - Environmental ceramics/mosaics and sculptures.
80/82 Charles Lamb Sculpture Garden, London
77/82 Ceramic Project. Charles Lamb Community, London. Environmental ceramics, community workshop and pottery.
71/73 Charles Lamb Ceramic murals.


2000 Pontardawe Arts Centre. solo
2000 Newport Museum. showcase
99 Ceramics from Wales. Aberystwyth & Wrexham Arts Centre
99 Women in Pembrokeshire. Tenby Museum
99 Denbigh Art Gallery & Museum. Solo
98 Beatrice Royal Gallery. Southampton
97 Gateway Arts Centre, Shrewsbury. solo
97 Earth Rythmns Haverfordwest Gallery. 2 person show
97 Oriel Coliseum. Aberystwyth Museum. Solo
97 Permanent Waves. Norwegian Church, Cardiff
96 IRIS5, Finland, Contemporary World Ceramics. Collection
96 Oita & Tokyo, Japan.
96 Chapel of Art. Criccieth. Solo
95 Ferrers Gallery, Ashby de la Zouch. 2 person show
94 Llanelli Festival Artist. Llanelli library. 2 person show
93 Arts & Crafts Pavilion. National Eisteddfod
92 West Wales Arts Centre
92 International Crafts Festival. Toyama, Japan
91 Y Gwydd Aír Droell, touring, Wales & England
91 Artists Residencies. Old Library, Cardiff
90 Originals 11. Oriel Myrddin, Carmarthen
90 Tangled Routes. Glynn Vivian Gallery, Swansea
85 Women & Textiles. Battersea Arts Centre, London
78-86 Women's Work. Brixton Art Gallery, London
80 Its Not All Swings & Roundabouts. Cockpit, London
78 Art for Whom. Serpentine Gallery, London

98 ArtsFest, Fishguard
92 Gardening & Disability. Garden Festival Wales
92 International Crafts Festival, Toyama, Japan. Grande Prix

Anne Hale, Sculptural Ceramics, Crefft, June 1996
Moira Vincentelli, Material Bodies, Craft Arts International, 1996, pp 70-72
Teena Gould, Seminar Report, Ceramic Review, 1996, p 41
Teena Gould, Craft Report, Crefft, 1995, p 5

01 carmarthenshire Enterprise Day. Makers demonstrations
01 Youth Arts. ACW
00 Whose Culture. National Assembly
98/2000 Women in Art & Craft Network. Chair
97 Chwarae Teg/Fair Play. Consultant
93-96 Original Training. Director, manager, chair
82-84 Children Planning & Play. Art & Architecture
72-77 Brixton Women's Centre

Oriel Sanglier, Carmarthenshire,
Chapel of Art, Criccieth

99- Swansea Institute. BA Ceramics. Lecturer, final year external projects.
94-99 Swansea Institute. Visiting lecturer.
87- 98 Visiting lecturer - CCTA, Carmarthen. Arts in Social Context, UWE. Sheffield Art College.
82-99 Art Teacher Education - London, Dyfed.
91-00 Arts Care, Carmarthen.
92 Garden Festival Wales; sculpture workshops

99 Ceramics Millennium. Holland
96 IRIS5. Represented Wales. Contemporary World Ceramics. Finland
95 International Craft Exchange. Oita, Japan
94 International Trade Mission. Australia
92 International Crafts Festival. Exhibition, conference & workshops.

98 Colour in Clay. Jane Waller
96 Craft Arts International
95 Ceramic Archive, Aberystwyth
93 & 96 Ceramic Revue
93 Tiles in Architecture. H. Van Lemmen
87 Women in the Built Environment
84 Building Design
82 Art & Craft Magazine
78 Studio International

94 Trainer Training. Original Training
88 Architecture & Landscape Design
70/71 Art Teachers Certificate. Post-grad. Goldsmiths College
67/70 Dip AD (BA) Ceramics & 3D Design, 2:1. Cardiff College of Art
66/67 & 63/64 Stockport College of Advanced Technology. Art Dept. Foundation.

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