The collection ‘Figurative Sculptures’ in Terra Delft Gallery consists of artworks which are interpretations of tangible reality. There is a mix of already-familiar ‘Terra’ artists and new faces. Stephanie Roos makes her debut at Terra with realistic sculptures whose presentation is quotidian and contemporary. The well-known voluminous ‘ladies’ by Evelyn van Baarda are decorated with […]
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, […]
On Thursday 21 May 2020, Ascension Day, Terra Delft Gallery is closed all day.
Due to Kingsday on April 27 Terra Delft Gallery is closed all Saturday… sorry!
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 […]
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 […]
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’ […]
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 […]
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 […]
International ceramics exhibition in Sanbao Museum in Jingdezhen, China, in collaboration with Terra Delft Gallery From October 18 through December 1, 2018; after December 1 the exhibition is open by appointment only. Participating artists: Johanpeter (JP) Hol, United Kingdom Martin McWilliam, Germany Karin Bablok, Germany Anne-Soline Barbaux, France Daphne Corregan, France Philippe Dubuc, France Ivan […]