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Meet our Makers: Julia Morison

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Personally, I need to put some kind of order on experience for sake of sanity and negotiation. The Sefirothic structure, or Tree of Knowledge, is really a metaphorical file and folder system for all; a conceptual paradigm for understanding everything. Putting that at the core of my practice gives me the freedom to admit everything and anything, micro and macro, metaphysical and corporeal, as legitimate content. It also gives me an interface to compose works. As painting students in the ’70s we were introduced to the notion of schools of practice, …isms, and we were encouraged to develop a singular style...

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Meet Our Makers: Margi Nuttall

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Making engages all parts of me… the excitement of developing the design and resolving the engineering of the piece and the glaze and the sensual physical act of...

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Meet Our Makers: Gidon Bing

Posted by Trish Clark on

My work hinges on an immediacy and intimacy with materials and process, as well as the strength and presence of reductive forms and simple, balanced, asymmetric geometry. I work with traditional processes and materials to produce modern works of art that strive to be bold and expressive yet deceptively simple, and free of superfluous ornamentation. This approach is influenced in part by instinctive compulsion as well as strong relationships with master artists and crafts people in Central Europe and Asia who are immersed in traditional disciplines (sculpture, mould-making, ceramics, steam bending and print making etc..) as well as Avantgarde / Modernist...

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