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London Contemporary Art Gallery – Erskine, Hall and Coe

 

 Erskine, Hall and Coe – contemporary art and ceramics

Shozo Michikawa Natural Ash Pot, 2012

Shozo Michikawa

Erskine, Hall & Coe is a gallery that displays modern art along with 20th century and contemporary ceramics.
The London gallery is in central Mayfair, off Bond Street, at 15 Royal Arcade. The gallery carries an extensive stock of ceramics, often including works by, Lucie Rie and Hans Coper, Jennifer Lee, Gustavo Pérez, Shozo Michikawa and Sara Flynn. It is currently under the directorship of  James Erskine, Matthew Hall and David Coe.

 

 

New  Exhibition  –  till 18th Feb. 2017

 

Seven Japanese Artists

 

Erskine, Hall & Coe are delighted to present an exhibition of 36 works
by the following Japanese artists:

Yasuhisa Kohyama
Ryoji Koie
Shozo Michikawa
Jihei Murase
Machiko Ogawa
Tatsuzo Shimaoka
Shiro Tsujimura

 

 

 Japanese ceramic art sculpture bust

‘Suemono’ – Yasuhisa Kohyama

2014 – anagama fired stoneware, 17 x 11 x 8 cm

 

 

 Japanese ceramic bowl

Machiko Ogawa

2015 –  porcelain with silica sand and Feldspar, 11.2 x 26.5 cm

 

 

Stoneware Vase anagama

Shiro Tsujimura

Stoneware Vase, 1993

 

 

horizontally ribbed bowl, wavy cone shape

Shozo Michikawa

Natural Ash Sculptural Form, 2013

 
 

15 Royal Arcade 28 Old Bond Street London W1S 4SP

tel +44 (0)20 7491 1706

 

Past exhibitions 

Sarah Flynn

Tuesday to Saturday, 10am – 6pm.

 

“Having begun my career producing small-scale functional pots, as my skill and confidence have increased I have moved entirely into making one-off vessels which are purely sculptural in their intent.
Increasingly the main elements feeding the development of the work are Process and Finish; coupled with constant exploration and a deepening understanding of Form and Volume.”

 

spine-camber-vessel-2016 by Sarah Flynn

Spine Camber Vessel, 2016

Height 24cm

 

 

Gordon Baldwin & Ewen Henderson

Works from the Mike O’Connor Collection

 

Erskine, Hall & Coe are pleased to present Gordon Baldwin & Ewen Henderson, comprising 30 works by two of the most important and influential 20th century British artists working in clay.

On the face of it, the two ceramic artists exhibited together here could not be more different. Gordon Baldwin’s sculptural vessels, with their smooth, painterly surfaces, and considered forms, stand perfectly balanced. Although invariably asymmetrical, enquiring, the questions they explore elucidated with patches, pocks, grids and lines, they have a poised authority. Ewen Henderson’s sculptures, by contrast, seem to re-enact the drama of their making. Craggy, rough, your eye dances over their surfaces, drawn from one excitement of texture or colour to another, discovering their formal logic as you move around them. They seem to triumph in accident, just as mountains owe their magnificence to cataclysmic movements beneath the earth’s surface.

– Emma Crichton-Miller

 

 

ewen-henderson-laminated-stoneware

Ewen Henderson

 

 

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Developed Sculptural Form, 1984

Gordon Baldwin

 

Exhibition catalogue here 

 

 

International Ceramics

The current exhibition featuring works by twelve artists from six countries, draws to a close on 8th September. The earliest work in the exhibition is a trio of bowls by Lucie Rie, dating back to 1949, and the most recent is from last year by renowned Japanese artist Machiko Ogawa.

Featuring:

Gordon Baldwin,
Claudi Casanovas
Hans Coper
Ruth Duckworth
Ian Godfrey
Gwyn Hanssen Pigott
Ryoji Koie
Jacqueline Lerat
Magdalene Odundo
Machiko Ogawa
Lucie Rie
Zung-Lung Tsai

 

 

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Hans Coper Mid-century bowl

 

 

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Ruth Duckworth

 

 

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Zung Iung Tsai -‘The Temperature of Tranquility’

2009

 

 

 

 

 

Machiko Ogawa  – First European Exhibition

8 June — 3 July,  2016

 

 

Machiko Ogawa female Japanese ceramicist 8-June---3-July-2016 First-European-Exhibition

Machiko Ogawa

I feel overwhelmed by her tremendous spirit when I look at some of the work that will be shown in London. Delicate jade-color glazes that remain in the bottom of bowls that look like broken shards of ancient earthenware; and that suggest the deposition of memories and time.

Issey Miyake

 

 

Winter Exhibition

4 December 2015 – 28 January 2016

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1. Jennifer Lee  2. Hans Vangsø  3. Matt Wedel   4. Shugo Takauchi  5. Yasuhisa Kohyama  6. Sara Flynn  7. Anthony Benjamin  8. Ewen Henderson  9. Tatsuzo Shimaoka  10. Gwyn Hanssen Pigott

 Claudi Casanovas and  Bernard Dejonghe

 

An exhibition featuring ceramics by Claudi Casanovas and glass by Bernard Dejonghe, which is open until the 20th of October, 2015 – Monday through Sunday.

 

 Claudi Casanovas ceramic sculptures

Claudi Casanovas

 

 

 

Bernard Dejonghe contemporary glass sculpture

Bernard Dejonghe

 

 

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‘Avis on a Base’ – Gordon Baldwin

 

 

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‘Painting in the Form of a Bowl’ – Gordon Baldwin

1988

 

 

Matt Wedel 

 

Born in Palisade, Colorado, USA – Matt Wedel 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.

 

Matt Wedel ceramic art sculpture

Matt Wedel

 

 

Matt Wedel at Louver Gallery exhibition

Matt Wedel

 

 

YASUHISA KOHYAMA   –  4-27 February 2015

 

Kohyama has played a very unique and significant role in reviving the use of the traditional Japanese ‘Anagama’ wood firing kiln, as he was the first potter in Shigaraki to build such a kiln since the Middle Ages.  He is also a contemporary master of the ancient practice of Sueki, a method that originated in southern China and which accounts for his unglazed yet glassy surface textures. Kohyama’s work is collected internationally and exhibited widely throughout Japan and overseas.  It is included in the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Art and Design in New York, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Cleveland Museum of Art, as well as several museums throughout the Netherlands and Germany.”The work of Kohyama…is an expression and bold bridge between the ancient techniques of Sueki and anagama firing and contemporary Japanese abstract ceramics. No glazes are used on his works; the varied surface texture, sheen and matte effects, and subtly restricted colors of each piece are achieved entirely by the potter’s hand, the clay body composition, the firing wood and the placement in relationship to the intense heat of the kiln, and the unpredictably swirling ash, all highly natural results.” –Ann Albano, Executive Director, The Sculpture Center, Cleveland, Ohio, 2009

 

Yasuhisa Kohyama contemporary Japanese ceramics

 Anagama fired ceramic sculpture – Yasuhisa Kohyama

 

 

 

Yasuhisa Kohyama contemporary Japanese ceramics

 

Wood fired anagama ceramic sculpture – Yasuhisa Kohyama

 

 

Yasuhisa Kohyama contemporary Japanese ceramics

Anagama woodfired ceramic vessel – Yasuhisa Kohyama

 

 

 

Yasuhisa Kohyama contemporary Japanese ceramics

Anagama contemporary ceramic vessels – Yasuhisa Kohyama

 

 

 

Yasuhisa Kohyama contemporary Japanese ceramics

Contemporary Japanese ceramics – Yasuhisa Kohyama

 

 

 

 Sara Flynn

 

Erskine, Hall & Coe is pleased to announce the opening of our second solo exhibition of new work by Sara Flynn, which will be open from the 5th through the 27th of November. The exhibition will comprise of twenty-seven vessels and bowls, and will highlight Flynn’s movement to new forms and glazes.

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 Sara Flynn black vessel

On the surface Erskine, Hall and Coe believe they are hosting an exhibition of mainly black pots but it is really a dance performance expressed through the potter’s hands. No music is needed. The rhythmic sway and lilt of Flynn’s vessels provide the syncopation. – Garth Clark

Sara-Flynn-bowl White exterior, black interior bowl – Sara Flynn

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Sara Flynn – mustard glaze vase

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 Contemporary vase – Sara Flynn

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 Sara Flynn

“The best of handmade pots are kinetic, they move as the eye explores line and
silhouette and Flynn’s are no exception, indeed great exemplars.”
—Garth Clark, Chief Editor of CFile

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Claudi Casanovas – ‘Quart Creixent’

A solo exhibition of ceramcis and works on paper by Claudi Casanovas.

 

Claudi Casanovas. Installation

Claudi Casanovas sculptures

Claudi Casanovas Erskine Hall and Co

Claudi Casanovas

Claudi Casanovas exhibition London

 

Claudi Casanovas exhibition London

bqcant-2 - pair of stoneware sculptures Claudi Casanovas

A pair of stoneware sculptures

Each pair of works in the ‘Quart Creixent’ group have a unique name which refers to organic and eternal growth and the Myth of Dionysus.  The title ‘Bacant’ relates to Bacchus (Dionysus).

Claudi Casanovas at studio

 Claudi Casanovas

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Quart Creixent  – Claudi Casanovas

 

 Classic & Contemporary Ceramics, featuring the work of ten acclaimed artists produced from the mid-20th century through the current day.
Represented artists include Hans Coper, Lucie Rie, Ruth Duckworth, Gordon Baldwin, James Tower, Gwyn Hanssen Pigott, Ewen Henderson, Claudi Casanovas, Colin Pearson and Jacqueline Lerat.  The show will bring together some of the best examples of these artists’ work.

Colin Pearson pottery vessel

Colin Pearson

Ewen Henderson pottery sculpture

Ewen Henderson

Gwyn Hanssen Pigott

Gwyn Hanssen Pigott vessels

James Tower vase

James Tower

Lucie Rie mustard glaze vase

 Mustard glaze vase by Lucie Rie

Rita Duckworth contemporary sculpture

 

Rita Duckworth contemporary art sculpture

Hans Coper contemporary ceramic vessel

Contemporary ceramic vessel – Hans Coper

Jacqueline Lerat Chateau Japonais, 1994

Jacqueline Lerat Chateau Japonais, 1994

 

 

Ewen Henderson

 Born in Staffordshire in 1934, Ewen Henderson studied painting and sculpture in Cardiff, and later trained in ceramics under Hans Coper and Lucie Rie at the Camberwell School of Art.  Henderson’s work is very closely linked to the landscape which surrounded him, which includes Avebury, Eden Valley in Cumbria, the Rollright Stones in north Oxfordshire, Orkney and Manorbier in Pembrokeshire.  His vessels and tea bowls are hand-built and made of laminated stoneware.

“I fell in love with both the material and the vessel as a magical form; but it was a long time before I realised how I wanted to use it…I was seduced by the alchemy of change where you take a material…and it is transmogrified into something else.”—Ewen Henderson

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Ewen Henderson contemporary sculpture

Ewen Henderson contemporary sculpture

Ewen Henderson ceramic sculpture

Ewen Henderson contemporary sculpture

 Ewen Henderson abstract ceramic sculpture

 

 

Ewen Henderson contemporary sculpture

 Ewen Henderson contemporary ceramic art

 

Ewen Henderson contemporary sculpture

Ewen Henderson contemporary ceramic

Ewen Henderson contemporary sculpture

 Ewen Henderson contemporary ceramic sculpture

 

 

 

Annie Turner & Hervé Jézéquel  :   Annie Turner is a British ceramic artist from Suffolk, whose art is very closely linked with the river Deben and its surrounding environment where she grew up. Turner’s sculptures are delicate and fragile, yet possess a quality of strength that suggests movements of currents and the tides of the water, changing seasons and the passage of time. Her work communicates with the concepts of Hervé Jézéquel’s pictures. Jézéquel is a French photographer living in Paris, who explores ideas of ruined architecture and landscape in his work. He has travelled to many diverse areas such as Iceland, Spain, Greece, Italy and Turkey.

Annie Turner

Annie Turner

Annie Turner

Annie Turner

Annie Turner Ceramics

Annie Turner Ceramics

Annie Turner ceramics

Annie Turner ceramics

AnnieTurner ceramic art

Annie Turner ceramic art

Hervé Jézéquel

Hervé Jézéquel

Hervé Jézéquel

Hervé Jézéquel

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Hervé Jézéquel

Hervé Jézéquel

Hervé Jézéquel

Hervé Jézéquel

Hervé Jézéquel

   

James Tower :

James Tower is one of the most distinguished ceramic artists of the 20th century.  His ceramics are unique for their visual effects which suggest that he responds to nature and his environment.  He became an established artist in the 1950’s and has exhibited alongside such artists as Barbara Hepworth and William Scott.  A goal of Tower’s was to achieve a quality in his work that is, in his words – ” perhaps best defined as a sense of completion,  a longing for a serene harmonious whole which contains dynamism and vitality, satisfying our intellectual and spiritual needs.’ — James Tower.

James Tower ceramic art

Chest Form, 1982 

James Tower ceramic art

James Tower contemporary ceramics

Divided Form – 1982  – James Tower contemporary ceramics

Vessel James Tower

Vessel James Tower

glazed earthenware  1985

Large Bowl, 1983 James Tower

Large Bowl,  James Tower

1983

James Tower-Leaf Form ceramic vase

James Tower – Leaf Form ceramic vase

James Tower - Concave Form

James Tower  – Concave Form

white earthenware  1965

James Tower Butterfly Form ceramic plate

Butterfly Form, – James Tower

1980

‘8 Artistes & la Terre’ 

 

Claude Champy, Bernard Dejonghe, Philippe Godderidge, Jacqueline Lerat, Michel Muraour, Setsuko Nagasawa, Daniel Pontoreau and Camille Virot.  These artists currently work in France and were first brought together by a book, ‘8 artistes & la terre,’ published by Argile Editions in 2009.  Following in the footsteps of the group’s show at Musée Ariana in Geneva, this exhibition marks the first time these artists have shown together as a group in the UK.

The-Shelters - 2013 Philipp Godderidge

The-Shelters – 2013  – Philipp Godderidge

terracotta and engobes on glazed brick

Bloc-noir - Claude Champy

Bloc noir  – Claude Champy

Bolis, III,-2013 Bernard Dejonghe

Bolis, III,-2013  Bernard Dejonghe

Camille Virot

Bol,  2013    Camille Virot

Cylindre 2011 Michel Muraour

Cylindre 2011  – Michel Muraour

72 x 17 cm

Pierre étoilée Daniel Pontoreau

Pierre étoilée   – Daniel Pontoreau

stoneware with porcelain; porcelain slip

Sculpture 2008 Setsuko Nagasawa

Sculpture 2008 – Setsuko Nagasawa

stoneware, 42 cm long x 29 cm diameter

Jacqueline Lerat (1920-2009)

Sculpture, circa 1970-75    Jacqueline Lerat  (1920-2009)

 

Shozo Michikawa

Shozo Michikawa lives and works in Seto, a home to potters for 1,300 years.  His work has been exhibited internationally, including a landmark exhibition in 2005 in Beijing’s Forbidden City.

Angus Stewart, in an essay about Michikawa’s work written in 2011, declares:
“…Michikawa’s originality calls out for attention.  He offers freshness, technical prowess and figurative puzzles that irk and stimulate the alert.  The traditions he draws upon dates back to the cave dwellers.  Michikawa’s excellence as a technician, his empathy with natural phenomena, and his outstanding artistry, are something to shout about.”

shozo michikawa sculpture

shozo michikawa sculpture

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shozo michikawa

Shozo Michikawa ceramics

Shozo Michikawa ceramics

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Shozo Michikawa

Japanese Shozo Michikawa

Shozo Michikawa, Japan

Shozo Michikawa

Shozo Michikawa teabowl

Jennifer Lee 
Jennifer Lee

Jennifer Lee

Jennifer Lee

Jennifer Lee

Jennifer Lee

Jennifer Lee

Jennifer Lee

Jennifer Lee

Jennifer Lee

Jennifer Lee

Jennifer Lee

Jennifer Lee

Jennifer Lee

Jennifer Lee

 

The work of Hans Coper, Ruth Duckworth and Lucie Rie.
Ruth Duckworth porcelain
Ruth Duckworth vessel (1919-2009)
Lucie Rie
Lucie Rie  footed stoneware bowl  – c. 1968
Hans Coper
Hans Coper  Spherical Pot with Disc Top, 1965
Lucie Rie
Lucie Rie  Large Porcelain Bowl, 1984
Ruth Duckworth sculpture
Ruth Duckworth  –  Untitled Bronze Abstract Statue
Some of the other artists featured at the gallery :
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From Stronghold, Witches Flew, The Kissed and Murmured series, 2012 earthenware; glazed and sag gar fired porcelain and stoneware.
Ian-Auld-1960s
Ian Auld – 1960s
Ewen Henderson - sheeps skull
Ewen Henderson – sheeps skull
Yasuhisa Kohyama Japanese vaseYasuhisa Kohyama
Matthew Harris & Tim Rowan
Matthew Harris & Tim Rowan
Gustavo Perez ceramics
Gustavo Perez

   Gillian Lowndes, 2013

Gillian Lowndes Portrait
Gillian Lowndes   1936 – 2010
Gillian Lowndes Sculpture
Gillian Lowndes Sculpture Gillian Lowndes Wall Panel
Gillian Lowndes Wall Sculpture
Can Collage
Can Collage, created in 1998 by Lowndes, below, from fibreglass tissue, a sardine tin, forks and other materials. Photographs: Crafts Council; Karen Norquay
Painting and ceramics exhibition  2013

 

Frank Auerbach

Frank Auerbach

Gwyn Hanssen Pigott

Gwyn Hanssen Pigott

Claudi Casanovas

Claudi Casanovas

Leon Kossoff

Leon Kossoff

 

Rita Duckworth Abstract Figurine

Ruth Duckworth.

Artist R B Kitaj

R B Kitaj

 

Gwyn Hanssen Pigott
Inspired by the work of modernist potters Bernard Leach, Hans Coper and Lucie Rie, as well as the paintings of Giorgio Morandi, Hanssen Pigott is one of Australia’s most successful ceramic artists.  She is distinguished for the unique abstract simplicity of her meditative, off-white porcelain pots, arranged in close groupings, which can be seen both as metaphors and as ordinary everyday objects.

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Gwyn Hanssen Pigott

Gwyn Hanssen Pigott ceramics

Gwyn Hanssen Pigott

Gwyn Hansen Piggott contemporary ceramics

Gwyn Hansen Piggott contemporary ceramics

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Gwyn Hanssen Pigott

     Claudi Casanovas :

Claudi Casanovas

Claudi Casanovas

Claudi Casanovas

Claudi Casanovas

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Claudi Casanovas

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      Rafael Perez ” My way of working is based on my personal “opened eyes” and “looking firstly” point of view. I try to transfer this sensation to my works, and I consider them good when opening the kiln I don’t recognise the pieces as mine and I get surprised. ” ~ Rafael Pérez 2012

Rafael Perez

Rafael Perez

Rafael Perez

Rafael Perez

       Ruth Duckworth   ( 1919 – 2009 ):   Ruth approached clay as a sculptor rather as a potter, and brought an aesthetic rigour to her refined vessel forms, figurative sculptures and installations. She helped shape a new way of thinking about ceramics in the second half of the 20th century, and was the recipient of many awards for her extraordinary contribution to the arts.

Ruth Duckworth Untitled Porcelain

Ruth Duckworth – Untitled Porcelain

RUTH DUCKWORT Wall Mural

Ruth Duckworth Wall Mural

      Sara Flynn

Sara Flynn

Sara Flynn

 

SARA FLYNN

Sara Flynn  – Pressed Vessel

      Shozo Michikawa :   Shozo Michikawa was born in Hokkaido, the most northern area of Japan. He initially had a career in business but took up evening classes in art where he discovered his talent and passion for pottery. A few years later in the 1970’s, Shozo made the decision to give up his life in business and to focus on creating ceramics. In July 2005, Shozo was given the rare honour as being the first Japanese artist to have a solo exhibition of his art in The Forbidden City in Beijing. He has widely exhibited in Japan and around the world, including the Philippines, Mongolia, France, China, New York and London.

ShozoMichkawaNatural-Ash Glaze Plate

Shozo Michkawa  – Natural Ash Glaze Plate

Tall Natural Ash Glaze Cut Sided Pot

Tall Natural Ash Glaze Cut Sided Pot

Shozo-MichikawaKohikiSculpture

Shozo Michikawa  – Kohiki Sculpture

Twisted Form 2010

Shozo Michikawa – Twisted Form 2010

Shozo Shino square pot

Shozo Shino square pot

   Tim Rowan :

Tim Rowan sculpture

Tim Rowan sculpture

Tim Rowan Teabowl 2012

Tim Rowan –  Teabowl  201

Tim Rowan Untitled 2008

Tim Rowan Untitled 2008

  Toru Kaneko :

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Toru Kanekou –  Untitled 2008

 Yasuhisa Kohyama :

Yasuhisa Kohyama Bachi 2011

Yasuhisa Kohyama  – Bachi 2011

Yasuhisa Kohyama Kaze-2012

Yasuhisa Kohyama Kaze -2012

       Yasuyuki Oyama :

Yasuyuki Oyama Obi 2010

Yasuyuki Oyama – Obi 2010

Yasuyuki Oyama Untitled 2009

Yasuyuki Oyama Untitled 2009

     Anna Vannotti :

Anna Vannotti Slab1996

Anna Vannotti – Slab 1996

    Catherine Yarrow :

Catherine Yarrow Dish

Catherine Yarrow Dish

Catherine Yarrow Tower with Discs

Catherine Yarrow Tower with Discs

 

Catherine YarrowYoni1970

Catherine Yarrow Yoni 1970

     Deirdre  Hawthorne :  

Deirdre Hawthorne iMPART 2012

Deirdre  Hawthorne – Impart  2012

Deirdre Hawthorne Riverbed Group

Deirdre Hawthorne – Riverbed Group

   Ewen Henderson : For Henderson, “fluxed earth”, as he called clay, was capable of being stretched and teased into complex new forms. His construction methods produced objects with a multiplicity of colour and textures, edges and interior spaces. His mastery of form was based on his insights as a painter, and he always stressed drawing as the key to his three-dimensional achievements. In the late 80s, Henderson’s ceramics became more sculptural, and he largely abandoned the vessel in favour of intricate open structures – often monumental – investigating his interest in intersecting volumes, spaces, edges and contours: a three-dimensional development of Cubism.

Ewen Henderson Tea Bowl

Ewen Henderson – Tea Bowl circa 1990

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Ewen Henderson – 1992

 

Ewen Henderson

Ewen Henderson sculpture

 Akire Yagi :

Akire Yagi Twisted Form 2012

Akire Yagi Twisted Form 2012

      Gordon Crosby :

Gordon Crosby Large Teabowl

Gordon Crosby Large Teabowl

     Gustavo Pérez :

Gustavo Pérez Vase Sculpture - 2011

Gustavo Pérez Vase Sculpture – 2011

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       Hans Coper :

Hans Coper Cycladic Form

Hans Coper Cycladic Form On Cylindrical Base

Hans Coper Large Square Bottle

Hans Coper – Large Square Bottle

Hans Coper Thistle Form 1975

Hans Coper  – Thistle Form 1975

Gustavo Pérez

Gustavo Pérez

    Jennifer Lee :

Jennifer Lee Large Open Bowl 1989

Jennifer Lee  – Large Open Bowl 1989

     John Ward :

John Ward Large Bowl 1980

John Ward  – Large Bowl 1980

     Keiishi Tanaka :

Keiishi Tanaka

Keiishi Tanaka

      Koji Hatakeyama :

Koji-Hatakeyama Six Faces 2012

Koji Hatakeyama  – Six Faces 2012

Koji Hatakeyamaz Eight Faces-2

Koji Hatakeyamaz  – Eight Faces-2011

     Lucie Rie :

Lucie Rie Green Bowl with Brown

Lucie Rie Green Bowl with Brown

Lucie Rie large Bowl 1984

Lucie Rie large Bowl 1984

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