Ceramic Paintings by Philip Read
MOUNTAIN PATH STUDIO(MPS)
update May 16th, 2017
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'Northern Solitude' 24in x 24in Ceramic porcelain painting. A quiet moment of reflection.
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The artist -Philip Read
Master of Fine Arts: Studio Painting and Critical Theory...
Bachelor of Fine Arts: Interdisciplinary Arts...
Chemical Engineering, minor in Microbiology, Diploma...
Founding Member Ink Path Group 1993 (Chinese Ink Painting).
China Crafts Artist Association (Beijing)
Studio member: Tile Council of America
I am a Symbolist painter. The paintings are composed of a series of symbolic images that evoke an aesthetic emotion and reflect social/cultural narratives.
'Artistic creation requires not only technique but also the need for the expression of ideas and aesthetics. Reads artistic creations contain the above qualities. His art work is fresh and has a poetic mood, he also uses color elegantly. This is the pursuit of all painting. There are only a few foreign artists like him with such an in-depth study of Chinese painting, Regarding Chinese painting techniques expressed in porcelain, it can be said that he is the first Western artist to achieve this success.
"Philip has studied ceramic art in China and has an MFA in Studio Art and Critical Theory. Philip is a member of the National 'China Crafts Artist Association' in Beijing and the 'Jingdezhen Ceramic Artists Association'. He has explored and researched many kinds of ceramic art techniques, the integration of these techniques provides the basis of his artistic expression. His works of art can be said to be a model of fusion between Chinese and Western art. His efforts have been recognized by his international colleagues. His work was selected as a Honorable Mention for the 2011 the 1st Kaolin Jingdezhen International Ceramic Art Competition."
Artist/Designer: Philip Read
Ceramic Painting by Philip Read