Stacey Pamplin is a sculptor living and working in Bristol. Her work is a study of interconnectivity from a material, craft and theoretical perspective using clay, metal and wood and often working with reclaimed materials and direct object imprints. The resulting artefacts explore notions of ecology, time, weathering and human intervention.
Pamplin graduated Bath Spa University with a first class BA (Hons) Contemporary Arts Practice in 2019 and in 2020 achieved her MA Ceramic Design. Stacey has also received the Pot Clays graduate award(2019), has exhibited at Walcot Chapel, Bath (2016), Heritage Art Centre in Wells (2019) and the Oxo Tower Wharf London (2019).