Ceramics, Glass and Sculpture Artists

Ronald Andreassend
Ronald Andreassend

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Ronald Andreassend
Ronald Andreassend

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Kevin Blake
Kevin Blake

Kevin originally studied and worked in graphic design. While living and working in London, he moved into the field of commercial sculpture, where he created.

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Kevin Blake
Kevin Blake

Kevin originally studied and worked in graphic design. While living and working in London, he moved into the field of commercial sculpture, where he created.

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Margaret Bray
Margaret Bray

Margaret is a producer of vessels and sculpture using a variety of different materials ranging from clay to found objects. Her forms are diverse, they can be thrown, sewn or hand built. She is inspired by the flora and fauna, and natural forces that surround us.

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Margaret Bray
Margaret Bray

Margaret is a producer of vessels and sculpture using a variety of different materials ranging from clay to found objects. Her forms are diverse, they can be thrown, sewn or hand built. She is inspired by the flora and fauna, and natural forces that surround us.

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Nicolette Brodnax
Nicolette Brodnax

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Nicolette Brodnax
Nicolette Brodnax

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Jill Bryce
Jill Bryce

Jill started with oil paintings of seascapes but in recent years she has moved to abstracts and trying her hand at ceramics. Jill is loving the 3D elements of ceramics and the burst of colour it can give your home or garden.

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Jill Bryce
Jill Bryce

Jill started with oil paintings of seascapes but in recent years she has moved to abstracts and trying her hand at ceramics. Jill is loving the 3D elements of ceramics and the burst of colour it can give your home or garden.

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Didi Chapman
Didi Chapman

Didi enjoys transferring drawing onto clay medium, using Sgraffitto and Mishima decorating techniques, as well as using Ceramic lustre decals.

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Didi Chapman
Didi Chapman

Didi enjoys transferring drawing onto clay medium, using Sgraffitto and Mishima decorating techniques, as well as using Ceramic lustre decals.

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Susan Christie
Susan Christie

She describes her work as "blurring the boundaries between art and design and craft." Indeed, her works do blur boundaries. It's hard to decide if her paintings are crystals, popsicles, animals, vegetables or something even more surreal.

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Susan Christie
Susan Christie

She describes her work as "blurring the boundaries between art and design and craft." Indeed, her works do blur boundaries. It's hard to decide if her paintings are crystals, popsicles, animals, vegetables or something even more surreal.

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Vicki Comrie-Moore
Vicki Comrie-Moore

Vicki is a self-taught sculptor, working in a 3D medium. This year, Vicki brings us the 50s Bather and her popular Party People. Vicki is a familiar contributor to ArtFusions, and her work is always delightfully received.

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Vicki Comrie-Moore
Vicki Comrie-Moore

Vicki is a self-taught sculptor, working in a 3D medium. This year, Vicki brings us the 50s Bather and her popular Party People. Vicki is a familiar contributor to ArtFusions, and her work is always delightfully received.

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Jenny Foster
Jenny Foster

Jenny is a mixed media artist and these works are all textile sculptures. Made with wire, stone and natural fibre fabrics. They are waterproof so are great for outdoors, nestled between plants in the garden, or planters on decks.

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Jenny Foster
Jenny Foster

Jenny is a mixed media artist and these works are all textile sculptures. Made with wire, stone and natural fibre fabrics. They are waterproof so are great for outdoors, nestled between plants in the garden, or planters on decks.

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Dawn Clayden
Dawn Clayden

Dawn is an Auckland based ceramicist. Her work draws upon traditional hand-making skills, combined with a love of design and craft. Her ceramic work specializes in one off pieces and small production runs.

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Dawn Clayden
Dawn Clayden

Dawn is an Auckland based ceramicist. Her work draws upon traditional hand-making skills, combined with a love of design and craft. Her ceramic work specializes in one off pieces and small production runs.

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Nick Duval-Smith
Nick Duval-Smith

Duval-Smith’s practice is centred around small works in bronze, usually cast from Oamaru stone originals, that play with scale and invite the viewer’s imagination and interaction.

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Nick Duval-Smith
Nick Duval-Smith

Duval-Smith’s practice is centred around small works in bronze, usually cast from Oamaru stone originals, that play with scale and invite the viewer’s imagination and interaction.

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Anna Gedson
Anna Gedson

Anna enjoys working with a combination of natural materials, flax, feather and metal. Loving the process of creating/making art for people to enjoy. Her work is strongly inspired from her Maori heritage and traditional Maori craft. Though she likes to give them a very modern , contemporary feel.

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Anna Gedson
Anna Gedson

Anna enjoys working with a combination of natural materials, flax, feather and metal. Loving the process of creating/making art for people to enjoy. Her work is strongly inspired from her Maori heritage and traditional Maori craft. Though she likes to give them a very modern , contemporary feel.

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Dave Green
Dave Green

Dave has been strongly influenced by the concept of 'shapeshifting' and merging natural and manmade materials. He works with metal, stone, wood, glass and ceramics.

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Dave Green
Dave Green

Dave has been strongly influenced by the concept of 'shapeshifting' and merging natural and manmade materials. He works with metal, stone, wood, glass and ceramics.

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Keith Ginter
Keith Ginter

Keith works in a range of media including painted and blown glass, painting and sculpture. His paintings on canvas and glass are often based on blind contour drawings made while walking.

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Keith Ginter
Keith Ginter

Keith works in a range of media including painted and blown glass, painting and sculpture. His paintings on canvas and glass are often based on blind contour drawings made while walking.

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Kendra Hanley
Kendra Hanley

“While travelling around the South Island in 2005 I stopped at a quarry and was gifted a large brick-like lump of Oamaru Stone. I looked at it with a kind of curiousness and fascination for a year or so and then one day I started chipping away, I was hooked."

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Kendra Hanley
Kendra Hanley

“While travelling around the South Island in 2005 I stopped at a quarry and was gifted a large brick-like lump of Oamaru Stone. I looked at it with a kind of curiousness and fascination for a year or so and then one day I started chipping away, I was hooked."

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Dion Hitchens
Dion Hitchens

Dion Hitchens’ contemporary sculptures function as icons on a landscape, helping to signify the ‘unseen’. They allow an audience access to stories, values and philosophies that help shape communities, businesses, and individuals.

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Dion Hitchens
Dion Hitchens

Dion Hitchens’ contemporary sculptures function as icons on a landscape, helping to signify the ‘unseen’. They allow an audience access to stories, values and philosophies that help shape communities, businesses, and individuals.

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Olga & Marie Hoglund
Olga & Marie Hoglund

Ola and Marie’s work is internationally renowned and sought after by both public and private collectors worldwide. They have exhibited in more than 40 international exhibitions.

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Olga & Marie Hoglund
Olga & Marie Hoglund

Ola and Marie’s work is internationally renowned and sought after by both public and private collectors worldwide. They have exhibited in more than 40 international exhibitions.

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Gaye Jurisich
Gaye Jurisich

Gaye is specifically interested in what happens when spaces are divided by objects or line in both sculpture and painting. Gaye's, works often bring together very disparate materials, questioning textural understandings and utilitarianism.

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Gaye Jurisich
Gaye Jurisich

Gaye is specifically interested in what happens when spaces are divided by objects or line in both sculpture and painting. Gaye's, works often bring together very disparate materials, questioning textural understandings and utilitarianism.

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Sherie Kemp
Sherie Kemp

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Sherie Kemp
Sherie Kemp

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Temmina Kuijpers
Temmina Kuijpers

My ceramic past has been full of plenty of highs, lows and lots of in-betweens including two acceptances in to the Portage Ceramics Awards. In 2007 I began working cooperatively with my partner to produce mixed media, something I had always wanted to do.

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Temmina Kuijpers
Temmina Kuijpers

My ceramic past has been full of plenty of highs, lows and lots of in-betweens including two acceptances in to the Portage Ceramics Awards. In 2007 I began working cooperatively with my partner to produce mixed media, something I had always wanted to do.

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Alison Lowe
Alison Lowe

I enjoy the process of hand building and sgraffito (carving into coloured engobes/underglaze). Having been a scuba diver I also like the underwater world which can be seen in some of my work and I enjoy quirky lidded pot making which often involves legs.

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Alison Lowe
Alison Lowe

I enjoy the process of hand building and sgraffito (carving into coloured engobes/underglaze). Having been a scuba diver I also like the underwater world which can be seen in some of my work and I enjoy quirky lidded pot making which often involves legs.

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Lou Mathieson
Lou Mathieson

Lou is a practising glass artist. She completed her Degree in Glass at Unitec in 1998, and a post graduate Dip in Teaching at AUT in 2000.She has been glass casting for 12 years, lives in Takapuna and works in the Arthouse glass studio at Mairangi Art Centre.

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Lou Mathieson
Lou Mathieson

Lou is a practising glass artist. She completed her Degree in Glass at Unitec in 1998, and a post graduate Dip in Teaching at AUT in 2000.She has been glass casting for 12 years, lives in Takapuna and works in the Arthouse glass studio at Mairangi Art Centre.

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Willemein Jennings
Willemein Jennings

Recent developments in Jenning’s work have seen the inclusion of mixed media painting applied to the surface of the clay after firing. The clay has become like a canvas on which she can apply experimental designs and textures.

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Willemein Jennings
Willemein Jennings

Recent developments in Jenning’s work have seen the inclusion of mixed media painting applied to the surface of the clay after firing. The clay has become like a canvas on which she can apply experimental designs and textures.

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Vivien Keenan
Vivien Keenan

Vivian creates contemporary, original art work from recycled copper, willow and rattan. She uses basket making techniques to produce elegant interior and outdoor sculptural forms.

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Vivien Keenan
Vivien Keenan

Vivian creates contemporary, original art work from recycled copper, willow and rattan. She uses basket making techniques to produce elegant interior and outdoor sculptural forms.

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Joe Kemp
Joe Kemp

After several years experimenting with mosaics and clay, Rhonda discovered Raku firing. The often- unpredictable results and just as often delightful surprises, is what keeps Rhonda interested in the glaze opportunities with this medium.

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Joe Kemp
Joe Kemp

After several years experimenting with mosaics and clay, Rhonda discovered Raku firing. The often- unpredictable results and just as often delightful surprises, is what keeps Rhonda interested in the glaze opportunities with this medium.

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Lollokiki
Lollokiki

Toy Murchie and Kas Muller manage Sculpture705 Lollokiki, an art complex in Pohara, Golden Bay www.lollokiki.co.nzvTaking more out of landfill than they ever put in, their work is always ecologically conscious. Their art always has a recycled, reused element.

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Lollokiki
Lollokiki

Toy Murchie and Kas Muller manage Sculpture705 Lollokiki, an art complex in Pohara, Golden Bay www.lollokiki.co.nzvTaking more out of landfill than they ever put in, their work is always ecologically conscious. Their art always has a recycled, reused element.

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Shona McDonald
Shona McDonald

Shona works with a product called Paverpol, a fabric hardener. It allows her to make fabric sculptures which can live in your garden although she is finding many people prefer to have them inside. She uses vintage fabrics, lace and doilies.

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Shona McDonald
Shona McDonald

Shona works with a product called Paverpol, a fabric hardener. It allows her to make fabric sculptures which can live in your garden although she is finding many people prefer to have them inside. She uses vintage fabrics, lace and doilies.

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Virgina McNeil
Virgina McNeil

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Virgina McNeil
Virgina McNeil

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Danny Moorwood
Danny Moorwood

Metal lustre glazes are my current interest and have been for a number of years. The possibilities of surface texture and colour through the process of multi firing are vast and the results often totally unexpected.

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Danny Moorwood
Danny Moorwood

Metal lustre glazes are my current interest and have been for a number of years. The possibilities of surface texture and colour through the process of multi firing are vast and the results often totally unexpected.

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Pam Mossman
Pam Mossman

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Pam Mossman
Pam Mossman

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Claire Nicholls
Claire Nicholls

My sculptures are an exploration of my passion for texture, patterns and experimentations with light. I love repetition. Although in each series of my work pieces are all similar and connected, each one is hand-made and unique if only by a small difference.

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Claire Nicholls
Claire Nicholls

My sculptures are an exploration of my passion for texture, patterns and experimentations with light. I love repetition. Although in each series of my work pieces are all similar and connected, each one is hand-made and unique if only by a small difference.

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John Phillips
John Phillips

A few years ago I developed a new material to make large lightweight wall tiles that I found out later had advantages as a medium for art. I call it Artis Fiberclay. It feels like stone in texture and looks like terracotta except it is light and a kiln is not needed.

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John Phillips
John Phillips

A few years ago I developed a new material to make large lightweight wall tiles that I found out later had advantages as a medium for art. I call it Artis Fiberclay. It feels like stone in texture and looks like terracotta except it is light and a kiln is not needed.

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Diana Poor
Diana Poor

I have worked creating domestic ware predominantly but also love hand building. Currently I’m loving working in terracotta and creating figurative pieces.

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Diana Poor
Diana Poor

I have worked creating domestic ware predominantly but also love hand building. Currently I’m loving working in terracotta and creating figurative pieces.

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Judy Rogers
Judy Rogers

Her work is predominantly Steampunk influenced with a poetically romantic, quirky twist. Often with a practical, but non-conforming vision in mind and it’s her unique style that’s represented in the Sir James Wallace Trust Collection.

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Judy Rogers
Judy Rogers

Her work is predominantly Steampunk influenced with a poetically romantic, quirky twist. Often with a practical, but non-conforming vision in mind and it’s her unique style that’s represented in the Sir James Wallace Trust Collection.

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James Russ
James Russ

A master of materiality, every piece James creates is unique and handcrafted with the highest quality materials. Design inspiration often stems from native New Zealand flora and fauna, photographed or filmed by James to capture details.

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James Russ
James Russ

A master of materiality, every piece James creates is unique and handcrafted with the highest quality materials. Design inspiration often stems from native New Zealand flora and fauna, photographed or filmed by James to capture details.

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Sarah C Design
Sarah C Design

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Sarah C Design
Sarah C Design

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Mat Scott
Mat Scott

Matt's creativity and aptitude for design has, over the past two decades, encompassed landscape and interior stone sculptures, invention of a new type of skateboard, abstract acrylic paintings and more recently feathers and shells carved from New Zealand native timbers.

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Mat Scott
Mat Scott

Matt's creativity and aptitude for design has, over the past two decades, encompassed landscape and interior stone sculptures, invention of a new type of skateboard, abstract acrylic paintings and more recently feathers and shells carved from New Zealand native timbers.

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Grant Sutherland
Grant Sutherland

Grant is a cabinetmaker by trade. Crafting finely finished bespoke furniture pieces from recycled timbers is his specialty. Making metallic figures from up-cycled junk and salvaged collectibles with the same standard of finish is his biggest challenge.

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Grant Sutherland
Grant Sutherland

Grant is a cabinetmaker by trade. Crafting finely finished bespoke furniture pieces from recycled timbers is his specialty. Making metallic figures from up-cycled junk and salvaged collectibles with the same standard of finish is his biggest challenge.

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Richard Wells
Richard Wells

Richard’s artwork captures moments in life revealing movement and emotion. Using traditional techniques and the ancient medium of bronze Richard’s artworks tell human stories in a contemporary context.

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Richard Wells
Richard Wells

Richard’s artwork captures moments in life revealing movement and emotion. Using traditional techniques and the ancient medium of bronze Richard’s artworks tell human stories in a contemporary context.

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Marilyn Wheeler
Marilyn Wheeler

Lately the use of stencils has played a major part with Marilyn's decorating method. Marilyn creates handmade tiles from porcelain clay, stencils on a silhouette, then with the use of an aged technique (sgraffito) and reductive shading, she is able to portray her vision.

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Marilyn Wheeler
Marilyn Wheeler

Lately the use of stencils has played a major part with Marilyn's decorating method. Marilyn creates handmade tiles from porcelain clay, stencils on a silhouette, then with the use of an aged technique (sgraffito) and reductive shading, she is able to portray her vision.

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Daniel Wright
Daniel Wright

Daniel's creativity appeared during high school workshop design classes, where he developed a love of working with New Zealand native timbers, and learnt to bone carve. More recently, he started working with copper.

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Daniel Wright
Daniel Wright

Daniel's creativity appeared during high school workshop design classes, where he developed a love of working with New Zealand native timbers, and learnt to bone carve. More recently, he started working with copper.

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