Wheel Ceramic Art

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Setyo Mardiyantoro, Andrew Tarrant, Holly Nussbaum Williams, Richard Hansen, Benjamin Watkins, Randy Carlson, Aymen Azzam, Minkyung Choi, Sabra Schmudde, Hazel Bryce offering original Wheel Ceramics artworks.


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Setyo Mardiyantoro: 'lucertola mare', 2010 Wheel Ceramics, Animals.
Animals - Ceramics
20 x 20 cm (7.9 x 7.9 inches)
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Setyo Mardiyantoro: 'lucertola', 2010 Wheel Ceramics, Animals.
, 2010
Animals - Ceramics
20 x 20 cm (7.9 x 7.9 inches)
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Setyo Mardiyantoro: 'scoiattolo', 2010 Wheel Ceramics, Animals.
, 2010
Animals - Ceramics
20 x 20 cm (7.9 x 7.9 inches)
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Setyo Mardiyantoro: 'Camoscio di notte', 2010 Wheel Ceramics, Animals.
Animals - Ceramics
20 x 20 cm (7.9 x 7.9 inches)
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Setyo Mardiyantoro: 'Cerva', 2010 Wheel Ceramics, Animals.
, 2010
Animals - Ceramics
20 x 20 cm (7.9 x 7.9 inches)
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Setyo Mardiyantoro: 'farfallina', 2010 Wheel Ceramics, Animals.
, 2010
Animals - Ceramics
20 x 20 cm (7.9 x 7.9 inches)
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Setyo Mardiyantoro: 'Cavalletta', 2010 Wheel Ceramics, Animals.
, 2010
Animals - Ceramics
20 x 20 cm (7.9 x 7.9 inches)
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Andrew Tarrant: 'Tea cup and saucer lid combination', 2009 Wheel Ceramics, Vintage.  Hand thrown faceted tea- cup sprigged with gear shapes taken from actual machinery. The saucer also fits perfectly as a lid.  ...
Vintage - Ceramics
5 x 6 inches (12.7 x 15.2 cm)
Holly Nussbaum Williams: 'Donut Vase', 2008 Wheel Ceramics, undecided.  thrown donut with hole for dry flower, Raku Fired ...
, 2008
undecided - Ceramics
2 x 8 inches (5.1 x 20.3 cm)
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Richard Hansen: 'Red 12', 2005 Wheel Ceramics, Abstract. Hand glazed, hi fire ceramics. ...
, 2005
Abstract - Ceramics
7 x 3 inches (17.8 x 7.6 cm)
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Benjamin Watkins: 'Platter', 2005 Wheel Ceramics, Undecided.
, 2005
Undecided - Ceramics
24 x 5 inches (61.0 x 12.7 cm)
Richard Hansen: 'Green20', 2005 Wheel Ceramics, Abstract. Each piece I create is one- of- a- kind. Multi- glazed, high fired, cone 10 Babu porcelain. Oven, microwave safe....
, 2005
Abstract - Ceramics
7 x 2 inches (17.8 x 5.1 cm)
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Richard Hansen: 'Red02', 2005 Wheel Ceramics, Abstract. Each piece I create is one- of- a- kind, multi- glazed, high fired cone 10 porcelain. Oven, microwave safe....
, 2005
Abstract - Ceramics
9 x 3 inches (22.9 x 7.6 cm)
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Richard Hansen: 'red01', 2005 Wheel Ceramics, Abstract. Each piece I create is one- of- a- kind, multi- glazed, high fired cone 10 porcelain. Oven, microwave safe....
, 2005
Abstract - Ceramics
9 x 3 inches (22.9 x 7.6 cm)
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Randy Carlson: 'Detail of ceramic surface', 2005 Wheel Ceramics, Undecided. Highfire ceramic surface...
Undecided - Ceramics
3 x 3 inches (7.6 x 7.6 cm)
Randy Carlson: 'Images of works page three', 2005 Wheel Ceramics, Undecided. highfire  ceramics vessels...
Undecided - Ceramics
36 x 20 inches (91.4 x 50.8 cm)
Randy Carlson: 'images of works page two', 2005 Wheel Ceramics, Undecided. High Fire Ceramic works...
Undecided - Ceramics
12 x 4 inches (30.5 x 10.2 cm)
Randy Carlson: 'Image page one', 2005 Wheel Ceramics, Undecided. Works are high fire ceramic...
Undecided - Ceramics
10 x 5 inches (25.4 x 12.7 cm)
Aymen Azzam: 'Vase', 2004 Wheel Ceramics, Undecided.
, 2004
Undecided - Ceramics
15 x 28 cm (5.9 x 11.0 inches)
Aymen Azzam: 'Vase', 2004 Wheel Ceramics, Undecided.
, 2004
Undecided - Ceramics
15 x 35 cm (5.9 x 13.8 inches)
Minkyung Choi: 'Box Set with tray', 2002 Wheel Ceramics, Undecided. Ceramics Porcelain High fire cone 10- reduction  hand painted glazes functional object...
Undecided - Ceramics
9 x 5 inches (22.9 x 12.7 cm)
Sabra Schmudde: 'Blue Lady', 1999 Wheel Ceramics, Fashion. Blue Pot
, 1999
Fashion - Ceramics
12 x 22 inches (30.5 x 55.9 cm)
Sabra Schmudde: 'Garden', 2000 Wheel Ceramics, Life. Carved pot depicting the garden of life. Thrown, oxidation cone 9, shino glaze. ...
, 2000
Life - Ceramics
14 x 8 inches (35.6 x 20.3 cm)
Sabra Schmudde: 'Delight', 2000 Wheel Ceramics, Family. Carved piece representing life' s delights. Thrown, fired to cone 10 ( reduction) . ...
, 2000
Family - Ceramics
12 x 15 inches (30.5 x 38.1 cm)
Sabra Schmudde: 'Life', 2001 Wheel Ceramics, Love. Carved piece representing the emotional stages of life. Thrown, lidded piece, fired to cone 10. ...
, 2001
Love - Ceramics
0 x 0 inches (0.0 x 0.0 cm)
Hazel Bryce: 'Clarity', 2001 Wheel Ceramics, undecided. Hand thrown and turned limoges porcelaintableware, reduction fired to 1300 degrees with a blue- white crackle glaze. The tallest piece is 17cms high. ...
, 2001
undecided - Ceramics
0 x 17 cm (0.0 x 6.7 inches)
Hazel Bryce: 'Latest work in limoges porccelain', 2001 Wheel Ceramics, Still Life. All of these pieces are the result of of an exploration into the refinement and develoment of my fascination with minimal tableware. Each piece is hand thrown and turned and as yet is unglazed. I am currently working on a 1300 reduction glaze that will emphasize the transluceny of this ...
Still Life - Ceramics
0 x 0 inches (0.0 x 0.0 cm)
Hazel Bryce: 'Porcelain Bowls and Mugs', 2001 Wheel Ceramics, Still Life. Hand thrown porcelain tableware...
Still Life - Ceramics
0 x 0 inches (0.0 x 0.0 cm)
Hazel Bryce: 'Porcelain Shotts', 2000 Wheel Ceramics, undecided. Hand thrown porcelain shott beakers...
undecided - Ceramics
0 x 0 inches (0.0 x 0.0 cm)
Rachel Oswalt: 'raku fired cup', 2018 Wheel Ceramics, Undecided.
Undecided - Ceramics
3 x 3 inches (7.6 x 7.6 cm)
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Artists Describing Their Art:

Setyo Mardiyantoro - Setyo Mardiyatoro was born in Java, Indonesia the 13/04/64 and got a degree in Agricultural technology at the National University of Jember, Indonesia in 1990. In'91 he came to Italy to follow his real vocation which is artistic. At present he lives in Naples where he works as a painter. In his work there is all the history of his experience which has matured in two completely different worlds similar only for their richness and variety of traditional cultures and the production of works of art. The remembrance and the nostalgia for an exuberant nature can be seen in the Italian landscapes which admiration covers with a golden light and which are enriched with stylized birds, the symbol of sentiments and thoughts which they have recalled up. Images of oriental fairy tales, mythological scenes and animals confront one another with the enigmatic faces of western women in thoughtful attitudes. In his first works he is inspired by the technique of Indonesian Batik, where the "tik" is the drop of wax used to leave a point uncolored. In his contact with traditional western art he has found that pointillism is particularly near in it's results to this ...

Randy Carlson - Artist Statement Nearly thirty years ago I was introduced to pottery making and I am still drawn to clay. The ability of this material to be shaped and hold that shape through the ceramic process is large part of the allure for me. To take a lump of clay in its random configuration and manipulate it into a useable object is amazing. The transformation of the material by fire in terms of its physical characteristics and color and texture is perhaps what I find most profoundly exciting. My forms are often manipulated from thrown parts. I have been changing many of my forms to make the finished vessels more sculpturally active yet reflective of utilitarian objects from a variety of vessel making crafts, form clay to glass and fine metal craft. My color is derived from sources of iron stains applied on base glazes before firing. These materials then blend and flow naturally in the firing process, leaving a record of the atmospheric movement in the kiln. The result is a carefully designed form with chance color and texture created by the combination of materials and heat during the firing process. Randy Carlson ...

Aymen Azzam - Aymen Azzam Born in Germany 11th May 1994 Graduated from the faculty of Arts & Education at Yarmouk University Jordan. 1998 Masters of Applied science from the faculty of archaeology and anthropology Yarmouk University 1994 - 2005 teaching at several international school around the middle east ...

Minkyung Choi - Statement Functional pottery maintains an important place in historical developments throughout the various ages and when studied can be a good gauge for a civilizations advances and culture. Especially in ancient or older civilizations, pottery reflected many aspects of a society including beauty, technological innovation, beliefs and values. A single ceramic object could tell you much about the person who created it as well as the culture that necessitates it. But as time went on, pottery became more than utilitarian objects; technology advanced leading to developments in the arts, a progression driven by a human tendency towards more leisurely outlets which allowed for artisans to create objects that were not singular or utilitarian in purpose. It is this duality that drives me to produce the type of work that is functional and also aesthetically enjoyable. The pieces that I create are inspired from many sources. Perhaps the most primary of these influences is my affinity for the beauty and elegance of historical Korean and Chinese ceramics. These pots celebrate a time and a people through their beauty that speaks volumes about the lifestyle of the people in the generation that created them. I admire their simplistic forms and wonderful colors ...

Sabra Schmudde - The exploration of human form and spirit has fascinated me most of my artistic life. The requirements for living are common themes in my art...shelter, food, love, sexuality, communication, beauty, death, and especially the spirit of the soul. As a potter, I always wanted to know what energies influence and direct us to make us who we are. When I found this "new" medium, clay, some of my questions were answered. Ceramics combines minerals from the earth with the heat of fire to create the works of art or functional forms. This becomes a basis of understanding--for what are we but mineral compositions ourselves. Continually exploring the circles of clay on the wheel, I have concluded that clay is more like humanity than anything I have ever known. One or more thrown forms that are perfect circles--or sometimes not so perfect circles--are combined with the human spirit, in containers for human use. I began to explore the ability of the clay's energy to transcend time and the mind, providing the never-ending circle of life and death, again and again. Some images in my pottery are clothed, and some reflect sexuality, love, birth, and death. ...

Hazel Bryce - After taking the City and Guilds Basic, Intermediate and Advanced courses in Ceramics and Creative Design I then went on to do my Ceramics BA (hons)at Harrow. As you can see from the images shown I practice making in a variety of techniques, however my time at Harrow has led me in the direction of minimalist porcelain tableware, in which I have produced a large body of bowls, beakers and single flower vases. This was the work I submitted for my degree show at the University. I now work exclusively with Limoges porcelain making a large series of related table ware items. Each piece can stand alone or among any of the other items in the series as they are all inter-connected with form and/or a decorative mark. My intention is to merge the senses of the optic and the haptic, encouraging the viewer to both see and feel the energy in my work. A transference of the creative energy used in my work into the grasp of the owner. ...