HAZEL BRYCE
london, n4 4el - United Kingdom



Original Artworks (4)

Hazel Bryce; Clarity, 2001, Original Ceramics Wheel,  17 cm. Artwork description: 241 Hand thrown and turned limoges porcelaintableware, reduction fired to 1300 degrees with a blue- white crackle glaze. The tallest piece is 17cms high. ...
Hazel Bryce
Original Wheel Ceramics, 2001
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Hazel Bryce; Latest Work In Limoges Po..., 2001, Original Ceramics Wheel,   inches. Artwork description: 241 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 ...
Hazel Bryce
Original Wheel Ceramics, 2001
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Hazel Bryce; Porcelain Shotts, 2000, Original Ceramics Wheel,   inches. Artwork description: 241 Hand thrown porcelain shott beakers...
Hazel Bryce
Original Wheel Ceramics, 2000
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Hazel Bryce; Porcelain Bowls And Mugs, 2001, Original Ceramics Wheel,   inches. Artwork description: 241 Hand thrown porcelain tableware...
Hazel Bryce
Original Wheel Ceramics, 2001
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Artist Statement


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.
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