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Throughout his working life Fernand Léger consistently turned his hand to projects ‘beyond the easel’, producing book illustrations, stained-glass windows, mosaics and ceramic sculptures as well as set and costume designs. It is unsurprising therefore that when arts patron Nelson Rockefeller requested that Léger design a mural for his New York apartment, Fernand Léger not only accepted the commission but promptly and enthusiastically travelled to New York to execute the commission in situ…

Throughout his working life Fernand Léger consistently turned his hand to projects ‘beyond the easel’, producing book illustrations, stained-glass windows, mosaics and ceramic sculptures as well as set and costume designs. It is unsurprising therefore that when arts patron Nelson Rockefeller requested that Léger design a mural for his New York apartment, Fernand Léger not only accepted the commission but promptly and enthusiastically travelled to New York to execute the commission in situ…

This sculpture is dedicated to the cause of nonviolence. I called it "Violated but Not Defeated"...   "People respond in accordance to how you relate to them. If you approach them on the basis of violence, that's how they'll react. But if you say, 'We want peace, we want stability,' we can then do a lot of things that will contribute towards the progress of our society", said Nelson Mandela Unfortunately, it didn't work for many women (children an...

This sculpture is dedicated to the cause of nonviolence. I called it "Violated but Not Defeated"... "People respond in accordance to how you relate to them. If you approach them on the basis of violence, that's how they'll react. But if you say, 'We want peace, we want stability,' we can then do a lot of things that will contribute towards the progress of our society", said Nelson Mandela Unfortunately, it didn't work for many women (children an...

"Triptych," by Cecily Garver. Garver, a former New Canaan resident, is among eight local ceramic artists and potters who will be selling some of their work - including her pig sculpture above - in a pop-up gallery at 106 Main St. in New Canaan, Conn., from Dec. 19 to 24, 2013. Photo: Contributed, Nelson Oliveira / New Canaan News

"Triptych," by Cecily Garver. Garver, a former New Canaan resident, is among eight local ceramic artists and potters who will be selling some of their work - including her pig sculpture above - in a pop-up gallery at 106 Main St. in New Canaan, Conn., from Dec. 19 to 24, 2013. Photo: Contributed, Nelson Oliveira / New Canaan News

Display case, on the upper floor, featuring American Indian art from the Richard E. & Dorothy Rawlings Nelson Collection. Next to it, Court Gallery, currently featuring a wide range of works, spanning various periods of art history. The sculpture to the left is a ceramic piece by artist Rudy Autio (American, 1926-2007), titled, "Thunder Bay, 1998."

Display case, on the upper floor, featuring American Indian art from the Richard E. & Dorothy Rawlings Nelson Collection. Next to it, Court Gallery, currently featuring a wide range of works, spanning various periods of art history. The sculpture to the left is a ceramic piece by artist Rudy Autio (American, 1926-2007), titled, "Thunder Bay, 1998."

Popular Pieces - Nelson Grice Art

Popular Pieces - Nelson Grice Art

Popular Pieces - Nelson Grice Art

Popular Pieces - Nelson Grice Art

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Charmaine Haines's is prominently established in the South African ceramics scene. Her work forms part of numerous art collections and has been selected to represent South Africa on International exhibitions.  In 2001, Charmaine vacated her respected position as lecturer in Ceramic Design at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University to devote herself fully to the production of her own work. In 2002 she relocated to the the small Eastern Cape Karoo Village of Nieu Bethesda where she…

Charmaine Haines's is prominently established in the South African ceramics scene. Her work forms part of numerous art collections and has been selected to represent South Africa on International exhibitions. In 2001, Charmaine vacated her respected position as lecturer in Ceramic Design at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University to devote herself fully to the production of her own work. In 2002 she relocated to the the small Eastern Cape Karoo Village of Nieu Bethesda where she…

On now at the gallery until July 18th, Disquiet featuring work by Carole Epp, Marcia Pitch and Trace Nelson

On now at the gallery until July 18th, Disquiet featuring work by Carole Epp, Marcia Pitch and Trace Nelson

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