International exhibition to mark the 36th anniversary of Terra Delft Gallery; 36 vases, 11 artists
The subject of the vase harks back to a commonly known object that has traditionally adorned people's living environments. The vase thus embodies the past, present, and future in ceramic art. Artists from many disciplines have embraced the vase as a form of expression of their artistic message. The vase has been depicted as a subject in painting, as seen in many a masterpiece, historical and contemporary. Famous and widely-appreciated ceramic vases have also been decorated by greats from other disciplines of the arts such as Picasso, Armando and Grayson Perry.
Most of the vases in this international exhibition are non-functional and not tied to size or technique. This impressive vase parade, where diversity predominates, includes work by (world) famous artists. This group exhibition is unique in its composition and shows a surprising collection of 36 vases of considerable quality.
Felicity Aylieff (Great Britain) / Peter F. Beard (Great Britain) / Daphne Corregan (France) / Wouter Dam (The Netherlands) / Pippin Drysdale (Australia) / Ken Eastman (Grat Britain) / Babs Haenen (The Netherlands) / JP Hol (UK-The Netherlands) / Wan Liya (China) / Elke Sada (Germany) / Bouke de Vries (Great Britain)