Both artist working with the subject ceramic pots but so different in effect and elaboration. This combination is really interesting! More info: Van Hoey & Wood
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Japanese group exhibition with small ceramics made by the following artists: Toshihiko Ando Gen Hoshino Chikako Inaba Satomi Noda Takeko Sugimoto Shingo Takeuchi Hidemi Tokutake Kuzuko Uga Hiroyuki Yamada Takeshi Yasuda
Karin Janssen, urban planner & painter, tells about her artist-in-residence experience in the Chinese twinned city of Delft; Jingdezhen. Past autumn Karin had a 7 week stay in a ceramic institute and accomplished a long last goal; drawing on porcelain. This lecture will be supported by photo’s from her way of working in China. On […]
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’ […]
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 […]
Sunday 2 December extra open from 13:00 – 17:00 In Gallery Terra Delft is besides the permanent collection the solo exhibition ‘Light and Green’ of Claire Verkoyen.
The KunstKamer Delft is an initiative of four art lovers. Full of enthusiasm, we have united our forces: twice a year we organize an exhibition in a sixteenth-century canal house in the Centre of Delft. The special location is located on the Oude Delft 210. It is a national monument with numerous historical details; both […]
Claire Verkoyen (born in Curaçao, 1959), visual artist, lives in Amsterdam and is the head of the ceramics studio of the Gerrit Rietveld Academy. Her work can be seen in several museums, such as recently in the Ceramics Museum Princessehof in Leeuwarden, NL, and now as part of the permanent collection ‘Stedelijk Base’ in the […]
‘Things – an interplay of objects in a space’; Solo exhibition from September 22 through October 27, 2018 There are several important elements in ceramic art. In addition to the subject and the choice of creating abstract, figurative, and/or utilitarian work, ceramics is also about color and texture. These require artistic skill, technical mastery, and extensive […]
Katharine Morling (GB); ‘My nature’ 18/08 – 15/09 solo exhibition Four years ago, Terra exhibited her objects for the first time. Since then, Katherine has continued to explore self-expression in her chosen visual language. She derives her inspiration from objects from everyday life and from strolling through antique markets. Nature, particularly flowers and butterflies, also […]