Alison Brannen: Tall Oval Vessel



Alison Brannen brings a painterly, experimental approach to the medium. She is technically accomplished in the production of large scale wheel-thrown and hand-built ceramics, using Kintsugi the art of Japanese gold repair in many of her pieces.

Care & Use: These works are decorative and not intended to hold water or food. Dust or wipe with a damp cloth to clean.

Material: Saggar fired porcelain with Kintsugi line, and no glaze

Measurement (in.): D7 x H9

Weight (lb. & oz.): 4 pounds & 6.2 ounces

SKU: 771209

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About The Artist

Alison Brannen

Alison Brannen is a Toronto-based artist who has been working in clay for 20 years. She is the recipient of three recent ceramic awards: the Anne Sneath Best in Show Award at the 2016 Hamilton and Region Juried Exhibition; the Tuckers Award of Merit at the 19th Toronto Potter’s Biennial in 2016; and Best Non-Functional Award in the Burlington All-Guilds Show in 2017 . Her work has been exhibited at the Art Gallery of Burlington, Craft Ontario, Oeno Gallery, Todmorden Gallery, and Fusion Fireworks Exhibition, among others. Brannen has presented workshops and lectured at St. Lawrence College Brockville, Fusion Clay and Glass Conference, the Art Gallery of Burlington Potters Guild, Mississauga Potters Guild, Pine Tree Potters, and Pleasant Pottery in Toronto. She taught ceramics at Rosedale Heights School of the Arts for 17 years. Brannen has an MFA in printmaking and photography from the University of New Mexico Albuquerque and a BFA in painting from York University.

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