Ah Xian

Ah Xian

          Ah Xian was born 1960 in Beijing, is a Chinese born artist based in Sydney, Australia. He was a practising artist in China throughout the 1980s. He sought political asylum in Australia following... Continua »
Becky Harle

Becky Harle

                    She works with pure white porcelain aims to challenge and test the historical preconceptions of the clay. Stereotypically it is thought of as beautiful, precious,... Continua »
Sol Yoon

Sol Yoon

                              The series of Variations, to cut and connect each units made out of the slip casting to make one formation.... Continua »
Roland Summer

Roland Summer

              He was born in Feldkirch, in 1998. He started a collaboration with the Porcelain Manufactory Meissen. In 2007 he was elected member of the International Academy of Ceramics... Continua »
Tania Rollond

Tania Rollond

          While I’m in my five senses they send me spinning all sounds and silences, all shape and colour as thread for that weaver, whose web within me growing follows beyond... Continua »
Ron Geibel

Ron Geibel

    How do we choose what to expose and what to conceal about our personal lives? What are the consequences when secrets are revealed publicly? Who are the chosen recipients of this information? These... Continua »
Kathy Butterly

Kathy Butterly

                  While maintaining a modest scale, she continually reinvents the fired clay vessel (cup or vase) in ways that exceed anything anyone else has done in the... Continua »
Keith Varney

Keith Varney

          She’s inspired by the ways these elements interact with light, shade and colour to create her contemporary ceramic sculpture and vessels. She enjoys the qualities of clay, its unlimited potential... Continua »
Johnson Tsang

Johnson Tsang

              Johnson Tsang is a sculptor based in Hong Kong who focuses on ceramics, stainless steel sculptures and public art project. Born in Hong Kong, Johnson Tsang’s works mostly... Continua »