“Stories are not always about words and paper: for John Bauer the white page is a handful of clay. But if you let your imagination loose you’ll find amazing tales on just a few square centimetres of porcelain… His collection of references is quite impressive; some exotic (India, ancient Japan), some are more familiar (coins from modern days, plastic toy figurines) but all in all, none is ordinary.” Amélie Wade.
An Inspirational article written by Amélie Wade.
House and Leisure came calling recently after their photographed my bowls at Luke Dale-Robert’s Test Kitchen and Naturalis. Read House and Leisure’s Q&A with me
Take a look at EatOut.co.za coverage of Luke Dale-Roberts newly launched Naturalis, and you will see my ceramics gracing Luke’s innovative table.
My solo exhibition at Alliance Française du Cap is opening this First Thurday, December 3, 2015. Pop in for a chat or join my upcoming workshop on jewelry making. Find out more in our listing on House and Leisure’s “First Thursdays Highlights
The Times came to visit my studio recently after they heard about my engineered porcelain being turned into sculptural jewelry in collaboration with Elizabeth van der Merwe. [Read about the porcelain jewelry here])http://www.timeslive.co.za/thetimes/2015/09/10/Wearable-Sculpture-Jewellery-made-of-memories)
This is an archived article on ApartmentTherapy.com after Anthropolgie added my knitted porcelain bowls to their international artist series. See my knitted porcelain bowls on ApartmentTherapy.com
A beautifully written article by Birgitta de Vos in Handeye. Read the article here