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Peter Lubach Ceramics for contemplation

August 8, 2017

When I first discovered the wonderful ceramics of Peter Lubach through his Instagram account, they initially left me in a silent awe. Memories of Tony Hart’s ‘Morph’ Plasticine character and Michael Sowa came rushing to my mind, but they are much more spellbinding than that.

The more  new figures you encounter, the more you want to explore and dip your toe into their world ! Peter has been a printmaker and Illustrator for the last 20 years…

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but it is his ceramics, I wish to explore here today.

Leaving my most favourite of all until the end. This wonderful Lion, (bottom image) made me think back to 1960’s artists like Roger Duvoisin, I love the added detail on the mane and tail and it’s slightly inquisitive look. I would also love to have him sitting on my studio shelf too !

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5 Comments leave one →
  1. August 8, 2017 8:32 pm

    I like his illustration. As for the figures, they are wonderful. I first thought the standing man with the ‘feather in his cap’ was my favorite, but the next little guy with his hands on his turban (?) I find delightful and absolutely adorable. Nice texture on the turban, too. Nothing jagged, sharp, or frightening about these sculptures, just a nice calm vibe.

    • August 9, 2017 8:29 am

      ‘Calm’ is definitely the word here. Glad you enjoyed Peter’s work too

  2. August 8, 2017 9:00 pm

    Love these little guys, especially the one with the wooly hat! Full of character!!

  3. August 10, 2017 8:47 am

    Wonderful ceramics.

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