James Lemon — Ceramic Sculpture ‘Harrison'

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Australian ceramicist and artist James Lemon explores and experiments with clay as a generative activity to develop works that are sculptural and functional.

Known for his ceramic vessels with highly gestural surface abstraction, Lemon’s new series of sculptural forms are highly tactile, playful and dynamic objects. While crafted using traditional methods of hand-building, wheel throwing and coiling, his pieces are also warped to express movement and gesture. Their upscaled and warped traditional forms challenge notions of functionality inherent to these objects and expose the material as the agent, a celebration of materiality.

Most recently acquired by the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) for their permanent collection, as well as creating series for Heidi Museum of Modern Art and Craft Victoria, James continues to practice from his Northcote studio.

Materials: Stoneware, Glaze, Enamel Paint 

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