se trouver shop contemporary John Parker white cut vase

By: Se Trouver  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Art, Ceramics

This is a fabulous white cut pottery vase by John Parker. Standing approx 24cm it is stunning in its elegant form. It is impressed with both JP and John Parker marks. A great collectors piece which would fit quite happily into any contemporary interior.

About John Parker:

John Parker is one of New Zealand’s leading ceramic artists. Awarded a Master of Arts from the Royal College of Art in London in 1975, John Parker makes ceramics that are remarkable for their formal elegance and technical perfection. Influenced by major design movements and the work of European potter Lucie Rae and New Zealander Keith Murray, his career is characterised by a constant testing of the boundaries of ceramic art.

Keywords: Art, Ceramics

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