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  • Bonnie Charlie
    2015
    ceramic

    price on request

  • From the Body Undivided series
    ceramic
     

    price on request

  • From the Body Undivided series
    ceramic
     

    price on request

  • From the Body Undivided series
    ceramic
     

    price on request

  • Porcelain Group
    2013
    porcelain

    sold

  • Porcelain Body Undivided
    porcelain
     

    price on request

  • Ero II, group of six, detail
    2012
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Ero II, installation view from Global Working at One Canada Square, London
    2012
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Ero II, installation view from Global Working at One Canada Square, London
    2012
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Ero II, installation view from Global Working at One Canada Square, London
    2012
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Ero II, installation view from Global Working at One Canada Square, London
    2012
    ceramic

    price on request
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Lawson Oyekan

A recurrent theme in the work of Lawson Oyekan is the physical drama of nature’s complexity and his monumental ceramic installations are usually the result of an encounter with a particular place. Oyekan's imposing compositions celebrate the power of nature to inspire contemplation, renewal and transformation, whilst also reflecting his concerns about its destruction as a result of human foibles.

Lawson Oyekan was born in London but grew up in Nigeria until he returned to England to study at Central St Martin’s and The Royal College of Art. Oyekan has exhibited nationally and internationally, winning the grand prize at the First World Ceramic Biennale in South Korea. He has participated in residencies at the Northern Clay Centre, Minneapolis, USA, The Portland Sculpture and Quarry Trust, Dorset, UK, Maryland Institute of Art, Baltimore.


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