Artist Profile

Andrew Rouse

Medium: Ceramic

Medium: Ceramic


Coaxed from a single ball of porcelain clay, each creation by Andrew Rouse is an expression of the human hand: the artist’s, as it forms a unique work of art using the most ancient of pottery techniques—and yours, as it naturally cradles a finished piece.

Before the introduction of the potter’s wheel, pot-making was the outcome of the artful manipulation of clay into an object of utilitarian beauty. The heir to this “pinch-pot” technique, Andrew Rouse refines the process to create objects of rare appeal through a high level of craftsmanship that retains evidence of the artist’s hand: with each black bowl, for example, the exterior is left unglazed, literally revealing the artist’s imprint. Andrew Rouse uses glazes in distinctive ways on the exceptionally thin, organic forms: as an accent as well as a feature. Some pots simply have a rim of color, whereas in others color is used more boldly, coating the entire internal surface, creating contrast with the black unglazed exterior.


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Space Guide

  • Standard Space (2.5m x 2m)
  • Standard Space + table (2.5m x 2m, table approx 185cms x 75cms)
  • Professional Stand – 1m deep x 2m wide x 2.3m high. The stands are covered in black fabric and can be nailed or screwed into. The stands also come with a table and black table cloth.