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Halima Cassell
Halima's work is intense yet playful, structured yet creative; substantial yet dynamic and invariably compelling in its originality.
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lucymarshall 14h
did you see the two pieces made that you can touch?
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Fi Nov 14
Replying to @halimacassell
As always with your work - so very very beautiful
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Halima Cassell Nov 14
Kite - 6134. Wall piece created with a bird of prey in mind. Photography by Jonathan Keenan
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Penny F Nov 11
Loved popping in to see the amazing work of at . Visit if you can!
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Halima Cassell Nov 9
Thank you. Hx
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Jay Caldwell Nov 9
Stunning show at by It's on until January and highly recommended.
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egidio griguolo Nov 4
The Hepworth Wakefield Retweeted Emma Coleman@EmmaInMuseums Audibly gasped when I turned a corner at today and saw this piece. Have adored her work for ages and realised this is the first time I’ve seen them in the flesh!
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Simon Gregg Nov 7
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Gavin Wayte Nov 7
Beautiful sculptures of clay, concrete, wood 's large exhibition by Virtues of Unity aiming to make a sculpture from clay from all 195 countries. First 39 are exhibit here - amazing in variation
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Halima Cassell Aug 11
Hope you get a chance to see my exhibition at Manchester City Art Gallery, which has been beautifully curated and it's had a great response so far. If you do manage to visit, please let me know your thoughts. Photo taken by Michael Pollard.
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The Grouchy Critic May 15
Replying to @mcrartgallery
Loved pottering around It’s full of cool little stuff and enclaves.
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Halima Cassell Nov 6
Noir Rhythm, 24inch Dia x 4 inch H. I love working with this clay, for its quality of surface. Photography by Jonathan Keenan
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MCR Art Gallery Nov 4
These two works by ; Flame, 2011 & Nuages (Dreams), 2019 demonstrate how Cassell meets the tricky challenge of making a over the continuous surface of a sphere - a shape with no beginning or end. Have you been to her exhibition yet? It's on until 5 Jan 2020!
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Vikas Shah MBE Nov 2
Halima Cassell () at Manchester Art Gallery () - just mind blowing.
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rvpartgallery Nov 2
Replying to @halimacassell
This piece is Dancing Orchid by the wonderfully talented
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Halima Cassell Nov 2
Replying to @MrVikas @mcrartgallery
Thank you, pleased that you enjoyed the exhibition.
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Vikas Shah MBE Nov 2
Halima Cassell () at Manchester Art Gallery () - just mind blowing.
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Florence Girl Nov 1
Blown away by seeing the exhibition today. I loved the idea that the way we were invited to take our own interpretations of the influences. It was all about medieval Gothic for me! Subtle and sumptuous ❤️
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Emma Coleman Nov 1
Audibly gasped when I turned a corner at today and saw this piece. Have adored her work for ages and realised this is the first time I’ve seen them in the flesh! 🖤
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Halima Cassell Nov 1
I'm always being told to put more images of me at work. I thought this was a good one!
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