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She recently showed us her versatility as an artist with the following three freehand ink drawings on paper. As you can see, a good synergy exists between the ceramic vessels and the drawings, but they easily stand alone as well.
These works form part of a series of approximately 45 drawings, which was started by Cheryl last year.
The first series of similar drawings was shown at Everard Read Gallery a while back and we look forward to the exhibition of this new series.
You can view more work from the wonderfully talented Cheryl Malone here:
Gemma Orkin’s latest decorative vessels are inspired by African bird life. They are refreshing in their irregularity and full of character.
You can view Gemma’s full portfolio on Cape Town Creatives here:
These bowls are all handmade at my shared studio at The Old Biscuit Mill (www.oneroof.co.za)
The inspiration is seaweed and underwater creatures, spotty things and butterfly wings…
And of course they are just perfect as fruit bowls – no more rotting nectarines!
So far they have proved very popular. These images are of my latest work, fresh from the kiln, just last week.
I will be at the Potter’s Market on March 19th at Rondebosch Park off Campground Road, between 9am and 2pm.
Come meet me and see my new ceramic art in person or find my work at Imagenius on Long street, and Casamento at The Old Biscuit Mill on Albert Road, Woodstock.
I’ll also have my work on show at the ‘One Roof One Word’ Exhibition on Thursday March 31st at the Old Biscuit Mill courtyard from 6 til 9pm.
Tessa Wethli makes wierd and wonderful ceramics.
Check out her updated profile here for her new range called Sculptural Products
Gemma Orkin has given us a look at some of her new designs. We love the quirky characters and expressive lines of her work. You can find Gemma’s ceramics locally at Melissa’s Food Store and Africa Nova.
To contact Gemma Orkin or view her complete portfolio on Cape Town Creatives, click here.
Cheryl Malone recently completed a new series of intricately beautiful vessels. Each piece is hand-crafted from porcelain and individually fired. We think one of these creations would make a wonderful centrepiece and talking point for a home or gallery!
To contact Cheryl Malone or view her complete portfolio on Cape Town Creatives, click here.
We love these new designs by Cape Town ceramic artist Gemma Orkin. To view Gemma Orkin’s complete portfolio on Cape Town Creatives, click here.
To view Cheryl Malone’s complete portfolio on Cape Town Creatives, click here.
Cape Town is one of South Africa’s most important creative hubs. Cape Town Creatives was started with the vision to centralise information relating to the creative industry in Cape Town. Here is a list of excellent ceramic artists based in Cape Town. Click on the names below to view the full portfolios on the Cape Town Creatives website.
New work by Clementina van der Walt, guest artist at the Western Cape Ceramics SA Regional Exhibition at Rust-en-Vrede Clay Museum, Wellington Road Durbanville until mid December.
These are recent pieces, all utilitarian, inspired by Russian suprematists and constructivists. The idea is to eat off and drink out of art works!
Blog posted by Clementina van der Walt