About Ché Finch



South African born, Contemporary British artist, Ché Finch creates autobiographical hand-coiled vases and ceramic paintings, exploring a dialogue with memory. “I love the intimacy of working with clay and the ambiguity that glazes lend my work”.

Ché is also co-founder of several arts organisations, providing a platform for artists in the North West.





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White Bridge Revisited, South Africa

Artwork Details
Artist: Ché Finch
Date: 2017
Medium: Stoneware, glazes, oxides and stains
Dimensions: 24.5 x 18cm
Purchase:  SOLD via Contemporary Six - The Gallery, Manchester

© Ché Finch


White Bridge Revisited, South Africa (later renamed Untitled #17) is a memory that has emerged from Ché Finch's Submerge series. 

The piece embodies early childhood memories of camping next to the river at White Bridge, South Africa. Memories that at their core are representational of a more natural state; listening to owls hoot through the night, watching the stars, hearing the water, swimming and exploring the locality. White Bridge Revisited focuses further on a range of sensory memories that recall years of camping in the area and recalling nature.