Christie Brown
Christie Brown is an artist and Emerita Professor of Ceramics at the University of Westminster in London. She graduated from...
Laurence Edwards
One of the few sculptors who casts his own work, Laurence Edwards is fascinated by human anatomy and the metamorphosis...
Tyga Helme
Trained at Edinburgh College of Art and The Royal Drawing School in London, where she won the Machin Foundation Prize,...
Makoto Kagoshima
Makoto Kagoshima, based in Kyushu, the southern island of Japan, illustrates whimsical and heart-warming motifs on clay, making each ceramic...
Bridget McCrum
McCrum’s work is a potent fusion of the ancient with the modern. She works primarily in stone, from which some...
Jack McGarrity
Jack McGarrity trained at the Glasgow School of Art, close to where he grew up in the West of Scotland,...
Jeffrey Milstein
Woodstock, NY-based Jeffrey Milstein was born in the Bronx in 1944. He received a degree in architecture from UC Berkley...
Francesco Poiana
Born in Faedis in the North East of Italy in 1990, Francesco Poiana attended the Academy of Fine Arts in...
Charles Poulsen
“I was particularly influenced by commentary in Tate Modern’s catalogue for an exhibition of Agnes Martin (2015), as follows: ‘The...
Yan Wang Preston
Recognised for her expert ability to excavate the humanity at the heart of landscapes, Yan Wang Preston (b. 1976, Henan...
Tuesday Riddell
Tuesday Riddell’s work takes us down to the forest floor and a glorious insight into the world that captures her...
Tom Robinson
Tom Robinson grew up in Dorset then moved from London to Jersey before settling in Norfolk. He studied at the...
Kitty Shepherd
Kitty Shepherd (b. 1960) is a British studio potter and ceramic artist known for her bold use of colour with...
Linda Sormin
Linda Sormin lives and works in New York City, and is Associate Professor of Studio Art at New York University....
Ann Thomson
Ann Thomson is one of Australia′s most eminent contemporary painters. She is known for her vibrant, expressive compositions. Described by...
Tom Waugh
Tom Waugh makes sculptures from stone and marble that depict discarded, mass-produced objects. Plastic bags, cardboard boxes, and tin cans...
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