The English Flower Garden is a series of installations with a total of 15,000 individually hand-thrown ceramic blooms mounted on metal rods. It is a celebration of the quintessential British love of flowers.
At Southbank Centre a selection of Cummins' blooms are displayed on the Queen Elizabeth Hall Roof Garden - an open and accessible way of viewing contemporary ceramic art.
Paul Cummins is a Midlands-based ceramic fine artist with a fast-developing reputation. He is known for his distinctive landscape installations and his work features exuberant flower glazes and the signature flower heads and vessels are reminiscent of ceramics from the Mediterranean.
This exhibition includes a recorded audio description of the piece for blind and visually impaired visitors.