THE ART OF PORCELAIN - GLAZE and CELADON
1 - 19 October , 2007

greg daly

GREG DALY
Australia

Greg Daly is a ceramic artist resident of the Cowra district. A member of the International Academy of Ceramics - Geneva, he is a ceramicist of national and international standing with works in national and over 20 international galleries / museums. The work itself is based on the vessel, be it a vase, platter or bowl which is decorated with rich glazes and/ or lustres, gold & silver leaf and enamels that further enrich the surface.

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"I have concern for the whole piece - throwing, finishing, glazing, firing, decorating are all important to me in the creation of the work. Images, illusions of surface and the form they are placed upon create individual works".

Greg Daly is internationally known and respected for his specialisation in rich glaze effects, and also as the author of Glazes and Glazing Techniques (1995 Simon & Schuster).

His work is represented in 19 international book publications, in 60 national and international art galleries and museums (including the National Gallery of Australia and the Victoria & Albert Museum, London), and he has won 36 national and international awards. He has held over 60 solo exhibitions and was President of Craft Australia from 1992-1995. In 1999 he received an ARC grant to research the effect of firing cycles in the development of copper red glazes.

Greg has had over 75 solo exhibitions and participated in 150 group shows.

 


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