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REFUND POLICYCustomer satisfaction is very important to us. If any item we ship independently to a client (i.e. we do not pass over the goods ‘face to face’) does not meet customer expectation or requirements, then the client must contact us either by email or letter within 7 working days beginning the day after the goods have been received to request resolution of any issue or to request a full refund (to include the cost of outward shipping to the client).In these circumstances we require the client to pay the cost of returning the item to us in the condition in which it was sent and packed to the same standard to avoid damage in transit. Refunds will be made within 5 working days upon return of artworks received in good order.Statutory consumer rights are not affected.DISCLAIMERAlthough sales information is updated on our website daily, all stock is offered simultaneously in the gallery. Therefore we cannot guarantee your chosen item/items will still be available for sale. A member of the gallery staff will contact you to confirm your purchase.
Before moving into ceramics, Suna trained and worked for 15 years creating dance installation, performance and film. Specialising in improvisation, her works were rooted in spontaneous composition - the work continuously unfolding into the present moment. Working in clay has been a natural evolution for her - the tactility and immediacy of the material resonating with her background in improvisation and dance.Whilst the first chapter of her life was rooted in finding expression and presence through movement, the second chapter has become about allowing more stillness and silence into her life through a growing interest and commitment to Zen and mediation practice. Letting go of ‘doing’ to just ‘being’ has given clarity to her arts practice and has led to her wanting to create objects that exist in the world - a departure from the ephemeral, transient nature of dance.Most of Suna's work is hand built through coiling or using press moulds. She works predominantly in stoneware and aims to bring the natural world into her vessels by either leaving imprints or by focusing on the details and patterns of nature and reflecting that through her choice of glazes or through mark-making.Suna lives in Winchester, Hampshire.