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Nicholas Lees’ work has been exhibited widely in the UK and overseas and is held in private and public collections including York City Art Gallery, Westerwald Keramikmuseum in Germany and Royal Caribbean International.
He has won several awards including the Cersaie Prize at the Premio Faenza (Italy) in 2015, the National Sculpture Award at the Bluecoat Display Centre in Liverpool in 2010 and the Desmond Preston Prize for Excellence in Drawing at the RCA in 2012. Nicholas has work held in the permanent collection of the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge. He has also won an Award of Honour at the ICAA Blanc de Chine exhibition at the Musee des Confluences in Lyon, France.
He works as a visiting lecturer on postgraduate courses at the RCA, UCA Farnham and Bath Spa University.
Through the decades Greg Payce has developed a superb form of trompe l’oeil that is entirely his own, in which thrown vessels appear to have standing figures in the negative space between them.
Payce lives and works in Calgary, Alberta and was Professor of Ceramics at the Alberta College of Art and Design (ACAD) before stepping back to concentrate purely on his work. Raised in Edmonton, Payce’s interest in ceramics began in his early years when he knew from the age of six that he wanted to be a potter.
Payce has been making ceramics for over 55 years and has exhibited his work in over 30 solo, and over 150 group exhibitions in Canada and abroad. Examples of his work are held in numerous public and private collections. His practice has been reviewed in over fifty publications and he has presented lectures and workshops nationally and internationally.
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