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Porcelain Palette

This group exhibition with the theme ‘porcelain’ will feature different subjects such as vases and bowls, abstract objects and lamps. Porcelain is a specific form of ceramic, made of kaolinite, quartz and feldspar, and fired at a temperature of 1250° to 1350° Celcius. Porcelain is white, hard, translucent, and not porous. This elegant material is, […]

Bols de France

Bowls by Anne-Soline Barbaux and Sylvie Enjalbert at Galerie Terra Delft, May 18 – 29 June, 2019 An undeniable and universal expression of ceramics culture is the pot, a subject found far back in ancient cultures and in which the functional and the decorative aspects merge. In a pot, the signature and the cultural identity […]

Bowls with character; duo exhibition

Exhibition with bowls made by Ann van Hoey (B) and Rachel Wood (GB). Both artists work with ceramic pot forms, though their work is very different regarding development and effect. While Ann van Hoey approaches ultimate perfection in simplicity, Rachel Wood works with natural and fanciful decoration.Both artists execute the ceramic techniques masterfully, leading to […]

Japanese Spring, ceramics by 10 Japanese artists

info link:  Japanese Spring Participating artists: Toshihiko Ando  安藤 敏彦 Gen Hoshino  星野 玄 Chikako Inaba  稲葉 周子 Satomi Noda  野田 里美 Takeko Sugimoto  杉本 たけ子 Shingo Takeuchi  竹内 真吾 Hidemi Tokutake  徳竹 秀美 Kazuko Uga  宇賀 和子 Hiroyuki Yamada  山田 浩之 Takeshi Yasuda  安田 猛 Galerie Terra Delft hopes to surprise the public and treat them to an engaging experience. Hidemi Tokutake will be […]

Karin Janssen: China Blue, variation on Delft Blue

Delft resident Karin Janssen, urban architecht and painter, did an artist-in-residence period last autumn in the Chinese sister city of Delft, Jingdezhen. During this 7-week stay, Karin realized a long-cherished dream: painting on porcelain. This ceramic debut, resulting in a Chinese variation on Delft Blue, can be seen in Karin Janssen’s solo exhibition ‘China Blue’ […]

Hans van der Weijden & Heide Nonnenmacher; duo expo

Material as point of departure The works of Nonnenmacher and Van der Weijden originate from the idea of seeing and grasping the exceptional aspect of seemingly self-evident elements. For Nonnenmacher, these are elements from nature, organic materials. For Van der Weijden, these are remnants of culture, excavations, the remains of human activity. Nonnenmacher lives and […]