Mark Goudy: Vessel (m57) - 12.5”w x 4.5”h; handbuilt burnished earthenware, soluble metal salts, fired to cone 04
Cynthia Lahti: Nurse Anne
Cynthia Lahti: Blue Head
Susan Meyer: nude-topia, 2005, wood, HO-scale plastic figures and mixed media with soundtrack, dimensions variable
Susan Meyer: Swimming Hole, detail #2
Susan Meyer: Swimming Hole, detail
Owner of a Cramic Studio in Jaffa, Israel, Shamai Gibsh’s activities include wheel throwing, hand building and sculpturing.
My ceramic works are focused on esthetic designs. Techniques include: Saggar firings of objects covered with terra sigillata and terra sigillata printing, reduction, Raku and oxidation.
I get inspiration from my environment and surrounding. Jaffa, an 10,000 years old port city a part of Tel-Aviv in Israel - a very old and full of history with its colors and textures, unique architecture and multinational has a big influence on me.
Typically I burnish and cover with terra sigilata, at times I use copper and soluble salts (Metal chlorides like silver, gold, cobalt), and saggar fired inside clay vessels with organic materials typically pine needles.
For the last 11 years I’ve worked every summer at the Harvard ceramic Studio. My sculptural work an been inspired by the life in israel, the political situation in Israel, as well as my recent traveling to China and Korea. There I took a path of a single 3 dimensional object instead of using multiple objects like in my “wall” Aestela exhibition. Each one of these sculpture represents a wall-barrier.
Susan Meyer: Together, detail #2
Susan Meyer: Vinyl (detail), 2011, Laser cut acrylic, H-O scale figures, aluminum, 35” x 10” x 10”
Susan Meyer: Shaft, detail #2
Simcha Even-Chen: Rhythmus - details