Sculpture

  • David Umemoto Settlements

    David Umemoto follows a slow creative process seeking to imitate the erosion and re-creation cycles of nature. He reacts to… continue reading.

  • Robert Owen

    Born in Sydney, Robert Owen studied sculpture at the National Art School, Sydney and Graduated in 1962. Owen then lived… continue reading.

  • John Nicholson

    John Nicholson’s newest works in Merge  ( a direct continuum from his 2015 exhibition, Traffic at Sarah Cottier Gallery) evince his continuing… continue reading.

  • Anya Pesce

    Anya Pesce is a Sydney based artist, whose art practice addresses surface, colour and materiality. Pesce explores the way in… continue reading.

  • Louise Blyton

    Louise Blyton is a reductive artist exploring the romance of raw linen and dry pigment. Recently, Louise has presented a… continue reading.

  • Tall Water Pitcher

    Tall Water Pitcher by South Australian ceramic artist Madeline McDade. Madeline McDade completed a Bachelor of Visual Arts specialising in Ceramics at… continue reading.

  • J19

    The J19 range of handmade sculptures are designed to be simple forms sitting quietly within a space, creating a visual… continue reading.

  • Mel Lumb

    Saint Cloche Galleries Mel Lumb is a ceramic artist working from a humble home studio in the Sunshine Coast hinterland…. continue reading.

  • Den Holm

    Steven John Clark is the maker behind Den Holm; a stone mason and artist living and working in the northern… continue reading.

  • Stephen Ormandy – Sculpture

    Stephen Ormandy – Sculpture: “My work is born of the subconscious mind. I’m looking for vibration and rhythm, the play… continue reading.

  • Irene Grishin Selzer

    Irene Grishin Selzer has a Masters degree in Fine Arts (Ceramics) from Monash University in Melbourne graduating with Clayworks Australia… continue reading.

  • Dion Horstmans

    Dion Horstmans strong, dynamic works embody his infinite energy. In his journey to become a full time artist, Horstmans spent… continue reading.

  • Emily Ellis

    Emily Belle Ellis is a Sydney based Ceramicist and Object Designer. After studying at UNSW Art and Design focusing on… continue reading.

  • Kerryn Levy Torn Onishi Vase

    The Kerryn Levy Torn Onishi Vase was created for the Landskein exhibition by Kerryn Levy and Theresa Hunt in September 2020. ‘Sleeping… continue reading.

  • Tessy King

    Tessy King is a ceramic artist based on the Clarence River in NSW working from her shed studio. During her… continue reading.

  • 101 CPH Sphere Ceramic Vase – Bubble

    The 101 CPH Sphere Ceramic Vase – Bubble celebrates unique silhouettes and textures that makes an impact with the decorative charm… continue reading.

  • Paul Snell

    The pause, the gap and the omission are increasingly significant in our saturated image-driven society. Through this work the daily… continue reading.

  • Bitossi Ettore Sottsass Vase

    The elegant Bitossi Ettore Sottsass Vase was designed by famous Italian architect Ettore Sottsass in 1962. It is in white… continue reading.

  • Sharon Alpren

    Sharon Alpren is a Melbourne based ceramic artist based in the Macedon Ranges. Working predominantly with richly coloured and textured… continue reading.

  • Carl Emil Jacobsen: Don’t Know What Shape I’m In

    Carl Emil Jacobsen: Don’t Know What Shape I’m In, explores the embedded potentials within forms and materials in response to objective… continue reading.

  • Monique Lacey

    Monique Lacey is a sculpture artist. The embrace of a baroqueness of surfaces is a driving force in her practice…. continue reading.

  • Peter Sydnicas

    Peter Syndicas has sculptures inspired by his fascination with organic shapes in their simplest forms – fractals of nature. Twigs… continue reading.

  • Dan Lorrimer

    Dan Lorrimer is a designer maker living and working in Canberra, who works predominantly in sculpture and product design. His… continue reading.

  • Ben Sheers – Sculpture

    Ben Sheers’ recent works take their initial inspiration from small cut paper collages. They were born out of teaching his… continue reading.

  • Troy Emery Le Chien Noir

    Troy Emery is an artist based in Melbourne and has an art practice encompassing sculpture, painting, and drawing. He works… continue reading.

  • Bettina Willner-Browne

    Bettina Willner-Browne’s studio practice is an enquiry in clay and life – she makes objects in the ceramic medium. In… continue reading.

  • HT509

    The HT509 is handmade in Italy, tailored and crafted with the highest quality materials combined with sophisticated technologies.

  • BoConcept Mango Leaf Sculpture

    The BoConcept Mango Leaf Sculpture is a striking  sculptural piece with organic forms to recreate a mango leaf.

  • Morgan Shimeld

    The work of Blue Mountains based sculptor, Morgan Shimeld, is primarily concerned with the complex arrangement of abstracted minimalist forms…. continue reading.

  • Greg Penn – Sculpture

    Greg Penn – Sculpture aims to expand notions of how we see and think about our world and ourselves. He… continue reading.

  • Bitossi Rocchetto Vase

    The Bitossi Rocchetto Vase – hand-turned in white clay. Two-tone matt black and white glaze. All Bitossi Ceramiche are unique pieces… continue reading.

  • Ella Reweti

    Ella Reweti is a Melbourne-based ceramicist working predominantly with slipcasting techniques to create functional, sculptural pieces inspired by industrial architectural… continue reading.