Alice Peach     


Area in which works are shown together as individual steps of an ongoing and ever-changing process.





‘Moses Supposes His Toeses Are Roses’,
Black Birch wood (turned with lathe machine), Jute rope, Clay dust,
2020











Oiled Freckled Board,
Oak wood, maple wood,  tooth-picks, leather lace, oil;
35x20cm
2021













Primitive spoon,
Cherry wood,
15x5cm,
2021







Bruised Walking Stick,
Birch wood, glue;
110cm,
2021









Strips of Renaissance-Fresco-Blue,
(hand-made)Birch wood frame, glue, masking tape;
15x13cm,
2021 











Hand crafted crayons,
Found wood pieces and coloured lead,
1cm,
2020

 
Found and sanded Lyra crayon,
2020

 











Peg (on legs),
Birch wood, elastic rubber band,
10cm,
2021




‘Mi germoglia in Casa’,
Ink drawing on A6 paper , wooden frame, metal wire, glue, masking tape;
20x17cm,
2021









Kentish Town Horse’, (Scan from ‘X Splits The Line’),
Photo print in ash wood frame,
84x118x4 cm,
2021










‘One step, Two steps..’
Ceramic and underglaze crayons, 
10x0,5 cm and 45x0,5 cm,
2020






Jar Spatula and Knife-Fork-Spoon set,
Recycled maple wood,
between 15 and 23cm,
2020