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Featuring in our gallery: Stephen R. Hicks
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"I have had the opportunity to explore many artistic mediums, but ceramics has stolen my heart. No other craft is as challenging, complex, and exhilarating. I find that I go through moments of tranquility and then transition directly into moments of incredible suspense with each piece that I make. Sometimes the path is clear, I know exactly what I want from my materials. Other times, the clay or glaze has something else in mind and I have to feel out those moments and simply enjoy the process. I understand why people dedicate their lives to mastering ceramics, it can take a lifetime and still there will be more to learn!
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"Icreate ceramic art of diminutive proportions that evokes a sense ofcontainment and contradiction. A safe interior glaze makes thevessels technically utilitarian but certain pieces are designed withan unusual and rather perplexing structure for function. The tactileexterior develops a strong contradiction between inside and outthrough both color and texture. Some vessels are built with a rough,weathered construction, protecting an inviting satiny whitesmoothness. I live on Kauai where the flora of the land and sea isrich and luscious. My artwork is influenced by the textures of myenvironment and the clever devices nature enlists to thrive."
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"I do not have an image before I start working. I throw my slabs and just start cutting and ripping out random shapes. I follow the shapes that the pieces suggest: a human head here, arms like swaths of kelp there. Most are quite disparate and I have no clear pathway of how they will fit together until close to the end. Even then, I find myself cutting the finished piece apart and reassembling the pieces. Glazes are applied in layers, then sanded or rasped off, excavating layers of color."
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Stephen R. Hicks
Stephen uses a variety of Georgies raku glazes in his work.
As a child, I loved everything Mother Nature had to offer my wildest imagination. Trees, wood, clay, dirt, rocks... The sky, the clouds, the mountains, the ocean...
"I enjoy the complexity of clay, the endless possibilities, the challenges. The incredible northwest is so diverse and capturing elements of it in clay provides infinite subject matter.Currently, my work is celebrating where we live, town and country."
(Photography by Megan Dorrah)
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