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Alex Reed’s Ceramics

Alex Reed is a Los Angeles-based artist and designer working primarily in clay. His practice encompasses self-directed work and industrial design/prototyping. In his own words: "In a climate that pushes everyone to brand their creative projects, I’m...

Sandra Brewster’s Photographs

Sandra Brewster is a Canadian multi-disciplinary artist based in Toronto. Her work has been exhibited nationally and abroad, engaging many themes that grapple with notions of identity, representation, and memory.  Sandra is a recipient of grants from the...

Brecht Vandenbroucke’s Paintings

Brecht Vandenbroucke is a Belgian cartoonist and illustrator. White Cube is his debut book, a collection of mostly wordless strips that follow a pair of pink-faced twins as they attempt to understand contemporary art and the gallery world. Vandenbroucke's...

Shannon Goff’s Cardboard Sculptures

Shannon Goff works with sculpture, ceramics, and drawing. Her work, often large scale, typically employs clay or cardboard. She has lived and worked in Chicago, Detroit, Providence, Kyoto, Dallas, Sheboygan, and State College, PA, often with her husband...

Steen Ipsen’s Ceramics

Born in 1966 in Naestved, Steen Ipsen works and lives in Copenhagen, Denmark. He is one of the most important ceramists of his generation. His work has been exhibited worldwide and is found in collections around the world, including: Houston City...

Matt Wedel’s Ceramics

 Matt Wedel was born in Palisade, Colorado, and currently lives and works in Athens, Ohio. He earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and then obtained a Master’s degree in Ceramics from California State University....

Claire Loder’s Ceramics

In Claire Loder's words: "For ten years I’ve been making bodiless heads that, through the eyes, explore the interior world of their subject. Memory, contemplation, and melancholy are perpetual undercurrents. Narrative plays a significant role in my work:...

Kevin Curry’s Sculptures

In Kevin Curry's words: "This body of work explores concepts of location and memory through the cataloging of commonplace rock forms that would normally go overlooked - reproducing both the visceral and vicarious experience through a variety of software...

Fiber Sculptures by Miriam Medrez

  Miriam Medrez's dialogue with the sculptures of Louise Bourgeois immediately places her in the psychoanalytic realm, begging for such a reading of her work. Though the sculptures cross over from subconscious language or symbols and moves into more...

Frances Priest’s Ceramics

Frances Priest is an artist, designer, and maker based in Edinburgh. "My current work explores and interprets languages of ornament from different cultures, places and periods in history. From my Edinburgh studio I create intricate and colourful ceramic...

Françoise Joris’ Porcelains

If you wonder how French ceramicist Françoise Joris creates these delicate porcelains, I invite you to watch the video below (in French). The process is fascinating. If you don't understand French, you will still understand the process just from watching...

Richard McVetis’ Fiber Sculptures

Richard McVetis is a British artist, known for his meticulously embroidered drawings and sculptures. His artistic practice centers on his training as an embroiderer through the use of traditional hand stitch techniques and mark making. Using labored and...

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