Ross Mitchell-Anyon, Artist

This is one of the ceramic artworks in our collection. The place and date where it was made are unknown.
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About the Work
Ceramics can often be a passage between the practical and the art world. I enjoy using pottery in my everyday life. Starting the morning with a handmade object is quite a special moment. Ross’s craft showed me an insight about the perfect warehouse cup, cheap with no faults, and the individual with its mass of character. My mum used to take my brother and I to Ross’s house, we would collect bit of his broken tossed out pottery on the beach. I’ve kept a couple of similar glazed parts, handles and bits and bobs of that time.
- Lola Camden, a gallery assistant at NZ Glassworks, for the February 2021 instalment of the My Choice exhibition series.
285 x 225 x 180mm
thrown, partially glazed wood-fired clay
Ceramic jug with horizontal ridges or rings below the rim, only the upper portion has been glazed.
Credit Line
Collection of the Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua Whanganui. Gift of Peter Ireland, 2002
Collection Type
Permanent collection
Acquisition Date
18 Dec 2002



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