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Rika Herbst

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“If my work is to speak I want it to whisper. In this my aim is to create unique pieces for contemplation and enjoyment. Nature is my source of inspiration and delight and it plays a significant role in my work.

The shadows cast by the interplay of light are an integral part of each piece and through this I want to give my work a contemporary feel whilst enhancing the quality of the clay.  Paper porcelain is versatile and allows me to constantly push the boundaries of my work.

I worked with glass initially before turning my full attention to clay, first as a hobbyist and then full-time from my studio which I opened in September, 2003.  During this time I have worked tentatively and experimentally with porcelain and felt it possessed the very qualities I needed to create the desired texture.

Porcelain is a difficult medium in which to work, but I found it a very rewarding challenge.  It has a welcome degree of unpredictability but when the results are good, I feel that our partnership is a successful one.

My work was exhibited at various CSA Regional and National Exhibitions and also showcased at Decorex 2009 in the SA Handmade Collection where I was selected as one of the Ikons and tribute was paid in the field of South African Ceramics. In October 2010 a piece called “Singing Trees” was awarded BEST PORCELAIN PIECE at the biannual CSA National Exhibition.  In April 2011 a piece called “Sickel Bush” was selected for the 9th International Ceramics competition Mino, Japan which will be held in September 2011.  In June 2011 a piece called “Deep forest” was selected as a finalist in the Gyeonggi International CeraMIX Biennale 2011 International Competition in Korea.” Rika Herbst

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  • Natalia Dias: Transfiguration II, 2011, porcelain, 13x42x42cm

  • Natalia Dias: Transfiguration I, 2011, porcelain, 76x30x30cm

  • Natalia Dias: Transfiguration IV, 2011, porcelain & bone china, 67x26x26cm

  • Natalia Dias: Pan, detail

  • Natalia Dias: Passage, 2010, Terracotta, wood and light, 55x90x90cm

  • Natalia Dias: GERM, 2009, porcelain, 23x60x60cm

  • Natalia Dias: Autumn Forest, 2010, detail of installation 16 hearts, porcelain, aprox 30x23x13cm

  • Bethany Krull: Sweatered Sphinx, 2011, porcelain, modified sweater, 17”H x 10”W x 8”D

  • Bethany Krull: In servitude #2, 2010, porcelain, “apoxie sculpt” over wire armature (legs), earthenware, twine, 8”H x 10”W x 10”D

  • Bethany Krull: Cricket Death Match, 2010, porcelain, wood, rubber tubing, 9”H x 24’W x 24”D

  • Bethany Krull: Game, 2010, porcelain wood, Target Size; 48”H x 48”W, Hedgehoglets: 6”H x 5”W x 5”D

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