The Rothschild Foundation Acquires two major works by Kate Malone

Kate Malone, one of the UK’s leading ceramic artists, presented a collection of new work reflecting the gardens and collections at Waddesdon Manor, the great Rothschild house in Buckinghamshire.

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Fruits of Life Lady Gourd, by Kate Malone comissioned and given by the Friends of Bristol Art Gallery in 2011

This specially commissioned piece represents the different stages in Kate’s career to date, from the tigers that feature in her early work at Bower Ashton, through sea and fruit motifs, to the ‘atomic’ nodules of her latest pieces. The addresses where she lived in Bristol are inscribed within the pot. Height 55cm, Diameter 35cm TO […]

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Johns Hopkins Hospital Commissions Bouquet Sculpture, 2011 by Kate Malone

This crystalline-glazed stoneware sculpture was commissioned for Johns Hopkins Hospital Reception Desk in 2011.   TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT KATE MALONE PLEASE CLICK HERE See more works acquired by public collections below:  

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Ribbed Fennel Vase by Kate Malone acquired by the National Museum of Wales

This classic Ribbed Fennel Vase is a welcome addition to impressive collection of ceramics held by the National Museum of Wales. Height 24cm (9 1/2″) Diameter 16cm (6 1/4″) TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT KATE MALONE PLEASE CLICK HERE See more works acquired by public collections below:

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‘Gigantic Pumpkin’ by Kate Malone acquired by The Castle Museum, Nottingham, UK

This monumental piece by Kate Malone was purchased by The Castle Museum in Nottingham. It is one of the largest Pumpkins that Kate has ever made and it measured 90cm in width. TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT KATE MALONE PLEASE CLICK HERE See more works acquired by public collections below:

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Burghley House Acquires Andrew Wicks’s Garniture of Eleven Vases, 2015 and Kate Malone’s A Baby Baby Pumpkin, 2015

Garniture of Eleven Vases is a group of thrown and carved porcelain vases made by Andrew Wicks in 2015. A Baby Baby Pumpkin, by Kate Malone, 2015, is made of crystalline-glazed stoneware. A limited edition of 30, each with a unique glaze and hand-built stalk. TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT ANDREW WICKS PLEASE CLICK HERE […]

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Oldham Council Acquired Atomic Bowl by Kate Malone, 2014

Oldham Council Acquired Kate Malone’s Atomic Bowl, circa 1990. This stoneware piece was fired using the artist’s first crystalline-glaze tests.   TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT KATE MALONE PLEASE CLICK HERE   See more works acquired by public collections below:

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