In any career endeavour, references are vital in order to succeed. I am grateful to those who have supported me or have written wonderful references that have opened doors for me. To all of them, I say a big THANK YOU!!! Don’t forget to visit and sign my Guest Book.
Name: Ken Bright
Organisation: Goldsmiths’ College, University of London, Department of Visual Arts
Date: 10th July 1990
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
In recent years Waithira Chege has studied pottery and maintains her own very large busy workshop. She specialises in stoneware pottery using the wheel as the principle method of making. Her approaches are inventive, dedicated and extremely tenacious and work grows all the time. On a professional level, Waithira is making significant contributions to the high temperature traditions of this art.
Supporting her professional endeavours, Waithira has a sensitive and very warm personality. She is always open to teaching advice and capable and willing to share experience with others. I have no hesitation in recommending her for any professional study opportunity, fully aware of the advantages she took from Goldsmiths’ Diploma in Ceramics course.
Director in Ceramics Studies
More references will be posted here in due time (once I do some more scans). However, you can find a list of references with their web links on my CV.