Daniel Reynolds

Daniel Reynolds’ stoneware is inspired by the British mid 20th century studio pottery tradition, based on organic and industrial shapes, as well as Latin American geometric abstraction. In contrast he also works with fine porcelain and bone china, constructing hand cast or hand built lamps, shades, vases and bowls featuring and preserving incongruous objects from vegetables to coffee percolators. From delicate translucent white porcelain, resulting in amorphous volumes of glowing, sparkling light to stretched and fluid stoneware structures, Reynolds’ works exude a serene beauty that comes from a master craftsman. Internationally commissioned and exhibited, and featured in prominent private collections from London to New York to Venezuela.

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