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Ceramics by Emily-Kriste Wilcox at Studiopottery.co.uk

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Tony Foard

Upcoming events

Go Eco at Bluecoat Display Centre 15th June to 27th July, 2019 P. V: Friday 14.06.2019, 5.30pm - 7.30pm. An exhibition featuring designer-makers working with eco-friendly materials or with a focus on sustainability. 
Diessen International Ceramics Market at Diessen Potters Market 30th May to 2nd June, 2019 With around 150 potters from Europe. ( Peter Beard, Chris Barnes, Eddie and Margaret Curtis and David Wright will be members showing from Britain)
North Yorkshire Open Studios (weekends only) at Rushbank Open Studio 1st - 9th June 2019 Anna Lambert and David Thomas: ONLY weekends of 1-2 and 8-9 June 2019 with Bridget Tempest, artist
Fresh Air Sculpture 2019 at Quenington Sculpture Trust 16th June to 7th July, 2019 Fresh Air Sculpture 2019 will bring over 130 modern pieces of outside sculptural work to this Grade II listed building with its expansive organic garden

Recently added Courses

Regular Pottery Courses by Suleyman Saba - 29th January to 31st December, 2018
Students will learn about preparing clay and different techniques of ceramics from pinch pots and coiled pottery, to slab building and throwing. Students are also guided on aspects of decoration and glazing. 
Lindy Barletta weekday Courses in East Sheen - 1st January to 31st December, 2018
Studio Pottery Making techniques: A terms course covers a project in each - pinching, coiling, slab building and throwing.

Japanese Spring, ceramics by 10 Japanese artists: 23/02/2019 – 30/03/2019

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Galerie Terra Delft hopes to surprise the public and treat them to an engaging experience. Hidemi Tokutake will be present during the opening on Saturday, February 23; she looks forward to taking questions and engage in conversation with the audience. A publication is available.

The quality of Asian ceramics has always been highly regarded in Europe. Formerly, that regard was heightened by the scarcity, the unfamiliar techniques and the materials used. But also by the themes and the stylized realization of the objects, which showed a high degree of perfection. Japan, especially, with its rich ceramics tradition, was intriguing and continues to be exciting.
In 2015 Galerie Terra Delft brought this into the spotlight with a solo exhibition by Takeshi Yasuda. After his training and career in Japan, this artist worked and taught for over 30 years in Great Britain. He subsequently established himself in Jingdezhen, China, where he renewed his connection with the gallery owners. Yasuda’s work in porcelain is wide-ranging and world-famous.
In China, Simone Haak from Terra Delft Gallery met Hidemi Tokutake, another Japanese ceramist. With her, Terra Delft organized an exhibition in the Sanbao Museum in Jingdezhen, where plans were then made to organize a Japanese exhibition in Delft. From 23 February through 30 March, 2019, these plans will come to fruition in Japanese Spring, an exhibition with work by ten different Japanese ceramic artists, including Takeshi Yasuda, with beautiful new work, and Hidemi Tokutake herself.
The title refers to the time of year in which the exhibition will be held, but also to the introduction of these artists. Many of them have never exhibited in Europe before, so for them it is a new experience. The works are relatively small in size and vary in subject and technique. Taken as a whole, they give an impression of Japanese work and allow the Japanese culture to manifest itself. It is up to the Western audience to decide if the work appeals to them; in any case, it is certainly intriguing. A small bowl appears to have no obvious shape and is therefore actually an abstract piece. A box in the form of an organic rectangle gives a lovely association with nature. And a teapot as art object immediately exudes an Eastern atmosphere.

Tickets: Free
Buy tickets URL: http://info@terra-delft.nl

Participating artists:
Toshihiko Ando
Gen Hoshino
Chikako Inaba
Satomi Noda
Takeko Sugimoto
Shingo Takeuchi
Hidemi Tokutake
Kazuko Uga
Hiroyuki Yamada
Takeshi Yasuda

Locations: Terra Delft Gallery (Nieuwstraat 7 Delft 2611 HK NL)

Tel/Fax: 015-2147072 Email: info@terra-delft.nl

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Takeshi Yasuda, Stemmed cups, copper red: Chikako Inaba, Object, 2018; Gen Hoshino, Plate, 2018


Posted on February 12 2019 under Event Previews, News about Makers, News for Makers.