Alistair Whyte: Ceramics - Art Almanac
Victorian-based artist Alistair Whyte has spent years studying the techniques originally developed in China for imperial wares allowing him to create pieces with great precision and skill.
Squashed porclian vase
POLLOCK RANGE Growing up, I herded livestock; hunted animals and birds. When hunting, I often saw the African weaver bird and became fascinated with this creature’s skill and patients when constructing its nest. Later in my practice, having watched the film Pollock, my increase in interest for Jackson Pollock’s work grew. The latter manifested in these works, created using a trailing technique that equates to resembling the African weaver bird’s methods of building and Jackson Pollock’s…
Ceramic Vision - The art of pottery
Signing a ceramic, signing a sculpture, signing a pottery is not as spontaneous as signing a painting. Yet artisans have been signing their pottery for a long time, especially in the West.
Japanese Fine Art | Japanese Ceramics
Specializing in Japanese fine art for over forty years, Joan B Mirviss LTD features Japanese screens and scrolls, woodblock prints (ukiyo-e), and most prominently, modern and contemporary Japanese ceramics at its Madison Avenue gallery. Joan B Mirviss LTD continues to bring audiences in New York, around the country and abroad, the very best in Japanese fine art, featuring solo and collaborative shows by important ceramists and thematic exhibitions of paintings, screens, prints and ceramics…