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Multilayered Spherical Sculptures by Matthew Chambers

Published Dec 9, 2014

British artist Matthew Chambers produces beautifully intricate concentrical ceramic objects.

“For the last 8 years Chambers has been working from a 215 square foot studio in Newport on the Isle of Wight where he creates each piece without the aid of sketches or designs, preferring to experiment as he works. Each ‘layer’ is an individual section thrown on a potter’s wheel which he then assembles with other layers to make a solid sculpture. How something so precisely geometric can be formed from clay by hand is nothing short of astounding.”

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