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  • Objects with Memory I & II
    2016
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Objects with Memory I
    2016
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Objects with Memory I
    2016
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Objects with Memory II
    2016
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Objects with Memory II
    2016
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Familiar Places VI
    2016
    17 x 14 x 16 cm
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Familiar Places VII
    2016
    17 x 14 x 16 cm
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Familiar Places VIII
    2016
    17 x 14 x 16 cm
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Familiar Places IX
    2016
    17 x 14 x 16cm
    ceramic

    price on request
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  • Winter Gives Way
    2016
    ceramic
    sold
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  • Plainsong
    2015
    33 x 33 x 55 cm
    ceramic
    price on request

  • Sailwave
    2015
    26 x 26 x 55 cm
    ceramic
    price on request

  • Covering Ground
    2015
    ceramic
    sold

  • By and By
    2015
    17 x 15 x 31 cm
    ceramic
    price on request

  • Steal Away
    2015
    15 x 16 x 32 cm
    ceramic
    price on request

  • Nobody Knows
    2015
    19 x 17 x 32 cm
    ceramic
    price on request

  • Once in Bassano III
    2015
    ceramic
    price on request

  • Once in Bassano I & II
    2015
    ceramic
    price on request

  • September Landscape
    2014
    ceramic
    sold
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  • Intimate Country
    2012
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Minster
    2012
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Hold Your Own
    2010
    ceramic

    sold

  • Late Morning
    2009
    ceramic

    sold

  • Leadways
    2009
    ceramic

    sold

  • Out of Place (installation view)
    2009
    ceramic

    price on request
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Ken Eastman

Ken Eastman first trained at Edinburgh College of Art before completing an MA at the Royal College of Art. He creates intriguing, multi-faceted yet undulating vessels. Variations of texture and smoothness sit side by side, and naturalistic forms run into angular architectural lines. With no one set viewing point, his almost surreal structures have the seemingly impossible ability to shift and alter their appearance.

Eastman has won many prestigious awards in the field of the ceramic arts, including the Arts Foundation Fellowship in Ceramics in1998-99 and Gold Medal at the World Ceramic Biennale, Korea in 2001. His work is held in numerous public collections in Japan, the USA, Canada, Australia, the Netherlands and the UK.

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