Meeting Miwa Neishi

I think in Japan, my sense was a little more restricted by the expectation of “ceramics as traditional craft”. I felt the pressure of pursuing the perfect form...

Meeting Pauline Bonnet

I apply to ceramics the process I learnt from textile design with a research oriented approach on materials. First I work on textures, mix of materials (...)

Meeting Pablo Canivell

That tactile gratification allows me to savour the hours and minutes rather than just counting them. Seeing my finger marks (sometimes intentionally, sometimes accidentally) means that a part...

Meeting Nitsa Meletopoulos

Working with clay and fire is like creating stones while playing house. Mixing mud and glass to create forms that will last almost forever. It means working with...

Meeting Eloise White

Natural forms found in nature, plants, and the environment inspire me, particularly the Australian flora and fauna. My aim as an artist and maker is to bring people...

Meeting Héloïse Piraud

"Il fait froid - It's cold - questions the possibilities of control of the medium. Pushing the limits of clay plasticity, I play with elements expelled by the...

Meeting Simone Loo

I was fascinated by the 'Maestras' and their ancestral techniques which endure from generation to generation - their incredible knowledge of clay, their ability to create a jar...

Meeting Xanthe Somers

The ritual of collecting clay, sculpting and then painting is one that developed a close and visceral connection with the ceramic medium.

Meeting Jade Paton

Although there is such a strong theme in my work that is inspired by the ancient vessel, I feel that one shape leads to a different shape instinctively....

Meeting Noe Kuremoto

I have a story in my mind then that often becomes a collection. I tell my stories through my ceramics but it has spontaneous elements too. And I...