I create ceramic sculpture for minimalist interiors
My solo exhibition “A Poetic Suggestion” (“Mekana Şiirsel Bir Öneri” in Turkish) opened on April 27th, 2023 at Galeri Bosfor in Istanbul, Turkey and will be on view until May 31st. From creating the ceramic sculpture to deciding how to display the pieces in the gallery this exhibition has been such a fun adventure. The […]
Pergamon No.27 is a sculptural vessel from the Lithic Collection. It has a tall and slender shape with an elegantly bent lip. The form has a gentle indent that adds to the organic nature of this vessel and the earthy texture brings depth to the minimalist form. The color is a mixture of a matte […]
I had the pleasure of being interviewed for the Essential Journal by Jai McIntosh. This interview was a first in a new series about artists called “Meet the Maker”. I am sharing the article below, but you can also find it on pages 75-77 of Issue 65. I hope you enjoy it!!
Recently I was in an exhibition named “Land/Marks” in Faenza, Italy. The show was on display at the magnificent Galleria Cento Pacifici as part of Argillá Italia. Ireland was the guest country at this year’s festival and I was delighted to be participating with a group of other artists from Ceramics Ireland. I partook in […]
Pergamon No.30 is a sculptural vessel from the Lithic Collection. It is built by hand with the coiling method. The gritty clay gives the surface an earthy and raw feel that brings texture to the simple organic form. The neutral palette that combines white and burnt ochre, blends into a bisque-like color from afar. The […]
I am happy to be participating in another Exhibition at Galeri Bosfor in Istanbul, Turkey. The space at Bosfor captures the daylight beautifully and the show is aptly named “On the Nature of Daylight”. I am participating with my piece Pergamon No.30. “This exhibition is a modest invitation to observe the changing effects of daylight filtering […]
Pergamon No.22 is a sculptural ceramic bowl from the Lithic Collection. It is minimal and elegant, with an earthy and textured surface. Its neutral toned color palette is a mixture of burnt ochre and matte white, which takes on a bisque like color from afar. The vessel is made from stoneware clay with mineral pigments applied […]
Pergamon No.18 is a tall and slender ceramic sculptural vessel from the Lithic Collection. While the shape is very minimal and refined, the surface has a rugged and earthy texture. Its neutral toned color palette is a mixture of burnt ochre and matte white, which takes on a bisque like color from afar. The sculpture’s […]
Last summer I had the pleasure of being featured in the Spotlight section of Ceramics Monthly Magazine. This little interview was a special opportunity to look back on the past seven years of my career. I had been featured in Ceramics Monthly in the same summer issue back in 2014. I see my art […]
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I believe that it is better to own a single thoughtful object than many unintentional ones.
I believe that in order to enjoy life we need to experience beauty on a daily basis – in our homes, in our routines, in even the most mundane of our tasks.
I believe in creating objects that belong to the past and the future
I believe there is beauty in the natural, the hand crafted, the imperfect.
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