Archives: Artists

Fleur Schell

In 1863 French poet Charles Baudelaire wrote … “Genius, is no more than childhood recaptured at will.” I am drawn to the playful and strangeness of Pop Surrealism and Contemporary Folk Art, and continue to reference both genres constantly while telling stories through porcelain and mixed media. My work explores themes of childhood innocence, simplicity …

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Stephen Bowers

Stephen Bowers lives and works in Adelaide. His ceramics are represented in many public collections including the Peabody Essex Museum, Salem USA, Kerry Stokes Collection, Perth WA, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn USA, National Museum of Art Architecture and Design, Oslo Norway, Los Angeles County Museum of Modern Art, USA, Museum of International Ceramic Art, …

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Andrea du Chatenier

Andrea du Chatenier is a sculptor turned ceramicist from Aotearoa/New Zealand. She holds a Masters of Fine Art from RMIT, Melbourne and she has received numerous grants and awards for her accomplished and challenging work, including selection for the Sao Paulo Biennale, the Wallace Arts Trust Vermont Award, and the Portage Ceramics Residency award at …

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Geoff Mitchell

Drawn by a strong desire to work with his hands and to create something of lasting and true value, in 2009 Geoff Mitchell abandoned his career in computer programming and began a Bachelor’s Degree in Visual Art and Design majoring in jewellery making. Having completed the Degree in 2014 he began his own practice as …

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Ebony Russell

Challenging the established perceptions of cultural and artistic practices that were once exclusively coded as feminine and thus insignificant, Russell’s work celebrates the decorative, promiscuous aesthetics and politics of purity; the superficial, excess and delight – with pleasure. Ebony Russell completed a Bachelor of Applied Arts (Honours) at Monash University in 2003 and in 2019 …

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Steve Williams

Steve was born in Wagga Wagga (‘many crows’- Wiradjuri) NSW, 1960 and completed visual art/ceramic and ceramic design qualifications in 1981. Steve’s dedication to local clays, rocks and timbers within his woodfired ceramics practice translates into works with a raw Australian character and objects that capture the playful and responsive qualities of clay. Steve’s forms …

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