Invitation to Somerset Arts Week- Open Studio
Christine-Ann Richards & Lutz Krainhoefner
Christine-Ann’s journeys to China and Japan have very much influenced both her classical thrown porcelain and bespoke garden ceramics, both of which will be exhibited in the chapel and garden. Commissions welcome
Lutz Krainhoefner Burnished, smoke-fired pottery, shaped and polished stone, glazed stoneware and their combination, blurring the lines between nature and the man made.
Open Saturday 15th to Sunday 30th September 11 – 6pm
CLOSED TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY
Chapel House, High Street, Wanstrow, Somerset BA4 4TE
T: 01749 850208
2 miles south of A361 at Nunney Catch on A359 to Bruton. Left at Wanstrow crossroads. Studio behind Methodist Chapel.
Showcase NAISMITH ROBERTSON Frome
A Time to Keep Silence
Duncan Bullen – Lutz Krainhoefner
Saturday 7th – Sunday 22nd December 2013
Ian Rastrick Fine Art is delighted to present an exhibition of drawings by Duncan Bullen and ceramics by Lutz Krainhoefner. It is an invitation to stop and pause – to simply experience what is there.
Duncan Bullen’s practice centres around drawing reduced to the fundamental activity of placing one mark after another in predetermined and random sequence. Each work is characterised by systematic, repetitive and indeterminate production that explores the
sensory experience of visual perception. The pencil drawings are primarily made on paper with a range of graphite and colour pencils and could be seen as a form of meditative inquiry into light, silence, and time – the process akin to a type of mindfulness practice with each mark and the space between being an equivalent of an inhalation and exhalation of breath. In doing so each work invites a slowing down of visual acuity and operates on the edge of perception.
The essence of Lutz Krainhoefner’s work lies in the search for beauty in natural materials which are often neglected. Simple stoneware is smoke-fired and painstakingly burnished and polished until the surface becomes as smooth as glass. This leads to the discovery of a variety of surprising colours and structures that emerge when minerals, earth and ashes are combined and fire melted.
The resulting fired clay objects are often placed with natural stones, who through the simple art of burnishing reveal their hidden beauty without the aid of fire. What normally is visible only when stones are wet is now preserved in a glassy smooth surface.
The similarity of these surfaces makes them ready for combination, blurring the lines between nature and the man made.
Duncan Bullen was born in Norwich in 1962. He studied Fine Art at Leeds Polytechnic and went on to complete his Masters in Printmaking at the Royal College of Art. In 1991 he was awarded a Prix di Rome and after completing this scholarship at the British School he undertook the first of several residencies at the Eremo di Santa Caterina, a former hermitage on the Italian Island of Elba. He has had several solo exhibitions since 1992 and his work has been included in many group exhibitions in the UK, USA, Latin America, Africa, the Far East and Europe. Since 1999 he has worked as a Senior Lecturer at the University of Brighton, where he is currently Course Leader for Fine Art Printmaking.
Lutz Krainhöfner was born in Jena, GDR. Following a traineeship as a plumber, he held a range of jobs, from building brass instruments to working in social care. In the early 1990s he moved to France and joined the Taize monastic brotherhood. It was here that his association with pottery began.
For eight years he immersed himself in the community pottery, then in 2002 he was accepted into the studio of Daniel de Montmollin, where he completed his artistic apprenticeship. His work continues to centre around the techniques of burnished and smoke-fired pottery and polished stone, as well as the research and development of stoneware glazes.
He has had several solo shows in Europe and participated in touring exhibitions to India, China and Korea.
In 2010 he moved to England and currently runs the ceramic studio at West Herts College.
Gallery opening hours: Saturdays and Sundays 11am – 5pm
Weekdays – By appointment
Ian Rastrick Fine Art
38 Holywell Hill
www.ianrastrick.com Email email@example.com
Tel. 01727 840043 mob. 07913 583658
82, rue Quincampoix Paris 3ème 01-42-78-78-37 du mardi au samedi de 13h30 à 20h
„Ceramic from London meets Metal from Jena“
Knebelstraße 19, Kunstgalerie Huber & Treff, Jena
„Form & Räume – Poesie der Zwischenräume London & Jena “
Die Ausstellung ermöglicht erstmals die Begegnung zweier Formensprachen, die sich aus ihren Arbeitsweisen und den verschiedenen Materialien ergibt. Sie zeigt Gegensätze und Verwandschaften in den Werken der Brüder Robert Krainhöfner und Lutz Krainhöfner.
Beide Künstler sind in Jena geboren und haben hier ihre gemeinsame Kindheit verbracht.
Nach 20 Jahren treffen nun erstmals die Arbeiten des Bildhauers Robert Krainhöfner (Jena) auf die Arbeiten des Keramikers Lutz Krainhöfner (London) und geben Einblick in Ihren langjährigen Austausch und ihre völlig verschiedenen Lebenswege.
The second firing of the kiln at Boxmoor,in July, was planned to produce pots for sale at the guild’s stall at Music on the Moor – an excellent encouragement to finish off pieces and to produce work specifically for the kiln.
The core team of Paul Rowbottom, Lutz Krainhöfner, Ros McGuirk and I were joined at various stages by many members and students including Colin Hazelwood, Graham Legge, Jean Langdon, Mervyn Fitzwilliam, Danielle Bunker, and Kieren McGuirk who brought pots, helped glaze, supplied refreshments, brought and chopped wood and offered encouragement.
Jusqu’au 30 octobre, le musée du Florival présente les oeuvres du prestigieux céramiste Daniel de Montmillon, et de son collaborateur, Lutz Krainhoefner, invités par l’IEAC. Entre les minéraux et les faïences du musée, les émaux des deux membres de la communauté de Taizé semblent avoir trouvé une place logique….. http://sitemap.dna.fr/articles/200608/27/email-art-de-infini,guebwiller,000010342.php
Frère Daniel de Montmollin intègre la communauté de Taizé alors en création, en 1942. Après une brève initiation au tournage, il rencontre Philippe Lambercy qui l’initie au calcul des émaux. Ce sera le point de départ d’une longue amitié et d’une réflexion partagée sur les valeurs fondamentales du métier de potier. >>http://ieac.free.fr/retro_2006_ddm.htm