‘The joy of carving is that it is difficult. You can’t stick a piece back on and you are always constricted by the size of the block. This calls for ingenuity and a fluidity of expression that does not exist for me in other materials. I use predominantly lime stones like Bath stone because I like the warm colours, and Serpentine because you can polish it. The carvings are then cast into a variety of materials to make editions.’
Work displayed at:
Art Matters, Tenby
Pembrokeshire Art and Framing, Haverfordwest
The Waterfront Gallery, Milford Haven
The Kooywood Gallery, Cardiff
Perryn has also recently joined the Form Contemporary Craft gallery in Blaenavon, Torfaen; and the Ropewalk Contemporary Gallery in Barton upon Humber, North Lincolnshire.
She also has a range of handmade slate jewellery; see 'Perryn's Cave Art' on this website.
Please check her website for details of current exhibitions.