Ken Eastman

Ken Eastman’s work is characterised by an intuitive approach to hand-building abstract forms that explore the containment of space. His work is held in several prestigious public collections including The Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park in Japan and the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, and he has received numerous ceramic art awards.

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Don’t Get Around Much Anymore
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Lost and Found
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Distance Coming Closer
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Early Morning Rain
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Stuff She Does
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Soundings
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Objects to Listen to V
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Objects to Listen to VI
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Cutie
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Boogaloo
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For All We Know
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Seeing Things
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Come On Home
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Story From a Stranger
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All I'm Saying
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If Not Now When
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All Rinds of Weather
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Annies Wood/Hundred Foot Drain 2
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Daam Dah 4 (Red)
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Mussel Box and Sieve
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Untitled
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Tree Table 2
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Unreachable II
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Sieve
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A Magma and Atomic Layered Landscape
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