Rob Sieminski Ceramic Vase with Geometric Chunks, USA, 1980s
Rob Sieminski Ceramic Vase with Geometric Chunks USA 1980's. Double walled vessel. Outer shell is hand built and carved. Interior comprised of loose coils confined within the space, but not attached to the outer wall or to each other. Smoke fired. A rare and very fine example of Sieminski's work from this period. Vessel is unsigned.
Rob Sieminski is a full-time potter living in the western mountains of Maine. He has taught ceramics at the Whitemarsh Art Center (PA), the University of Delaware, the Maryland Institute of Art, and West Chester University (PA). His work is in the collections of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the National Museum of Art (DC), the Mint Museums (NC), the Pittsburgh Art Museum, and the American Museum of Ceramic Art (CA). He has exhibited in numerous Philadelphia Museum Art and Smithsonian Institution (DC) craft shows and at many Old Church Cultural Center (NJ) pottery shows.
Height: 15 in. / 38 cm.
Width: 9.5 in. / 24.13 cm.
Depth: 9.5 in. / 24. 13 cm.