Andrew Wicks


The surface patterns on Andrew Wicks's hand thrown porcelain vessels are inspired by patterns within the natural world, from micro organisms and corals to massive land formations. Glazes appear liquid and lucid and emphasise the textures and form.
Each vessel is treated with a water-etching process that Andrew has developed and refined over many years. The tactile surface patterns created by this technique emphasise the refined nature of the porcelain clay and make each piece very satisfying to touch.

Born  1973, Harare, Zimbabwe

Education 
199597
 Ceramics & Glass MA, The Royal College of Art, London
1992-95  WMCP Ba (Hons), University of Brighton, Brighton
1991-92  Foundation Studies in Art & Design, Leicester Polytechnic Leicester

Awards
2001 
Winner Design for Scandinavia Award, Chelsea Crafts Fair
Adrian Sassoon Arts of the Kiln Award, Chelsea Crafts Fair
1999  Crafts Council Setting Up Grant

Exhibitions
2006 
 Red Barn Gallery, Penrith, Cumbria
Pots+, West Oxs Arts, Bampton, Oxfordshire
2005  Frosted, Crafts Council Gallery Shop, London
London Art Fair, Adrian Sassoon, London
2004  Design Collection 2004, Roger Billcliffe Gallery, Glasgow
2003  One Hundred Words for Snow, The City Gallery, Leicester

Public Collections
British Council
Abingdon Museum, Oxford
Crafts Council Collection, London

Exhibitions

Archive

2010

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