Studio Ceramics. Keeping a Secret. Heinz, Regina (b. Austria 1957). Sack-shaped ceramic form in stoneware, painted with glaze, dappled and chequered in pale brownish-orange, and blue, grey, and black. Of irregular sack shape, more rounded at the lower right corner, angular at top right, and having a folded strap on the top left corner (or vice versa if looked at from the other side). The sides are coated overall with a greyish-white glaze with greyish-black and black speckles, and decorated with a rectangle outlined in pale orange-brown, chequered with white lines with pin holes at the intersections, and dappled in blue. Across the rounded lower corner there is a diagonal line of pale orange-brown. Stoneware, hand-built, pierced, and decorated with lithium glaze, producing a speckled effect, slips, and oxides in pale brownish-orange, and shades of blue. Height, whole, 47.8 cm, width, top, 29.5 cm, width, bottom, 26.5 cm, depth, widest part, 14.4 cm, 2001. Given by Sir Nicholas and Lady Goodison through the National Art Collections Fund.