Ceramics by Juan Ortí

Ceramics by Juan Ortí

Based in Valencia, Spain, Juan Ortí sculpts minimalistic geometric architectural forms. “He uses the wheel as a machining tool to produce parts to be assembled. This process creates a cold feeling to the objects but by reducing the amount of visual information...
Rafaela Pareja’s Ceramics

Rafaela Pareja’s Ceramics

In Rafaela Pareja‘s words: “My work is inspired by an analysis of the everyday experience and the observation of nature. An “accident” with matter may be a starting point, the origin of personal expression that attempts to bring art closer to life. The...
Tamsin Van Essen’s Ceramics

Tamsin Van Essen’s Ceramics

Tamsin van Essen is a British ceramicist, based between New Delhi and London. Her work is primarily concept driven, exploring notions of beauty and impermanence through examining scientific, medical and social historic themes. She is interested in aesthetic ambiguity,...
Monika Debus’ Ceramics

Monika Debus’ Ceramics

“After training as a potter in Oldenburg, Monika Debus, born in 1961, studied at the State College for Ceramic Design in Höhr-Grenzhausen and established her atelier there. She was impressed by the salt-glazing tradition in the Westerwald region but her...
Joris Link’s Ceramics

Joris Link’s Ceramics

The ceramic sculptures of Joris Link are about shapes, structure, and contrasts. Often using repetition, constructed of serial produced elements which, depending on the space, are combined in different ways to become bigger sculptures. The sculptures are often...
Ceramics by Eun-Ha Paek

Ceramics by Eun-Ha Paek

Eun-Ha Paek was born in Seoul, Korea. She received a BFA in Film/Animation/Video from the Rhode Island School of Design. In the artist’s own words: “The same way a boulder on a hill stores potential energy, a banana peel on the floor can be the setup to a...
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