Claudia RankinBorn: 1964
Place of Birth: London
Claudia Rankin lives and works in Northumberland. Growing up in London, she spent many afternoons as a child exploring the textile and ceramic collections within the Victoria & Albert Museum. This led her to an enduring love of colour, motif, pattern and historical narratives; all of which are encapsulated within her work. Following a Foundation year at Wimbledon School of Art, Rankin studied Fine Art at Canterbury College of Art (1984-1987), before completing an MA in Sculpture at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne (1987-1989). Her work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally. Claudia Rankin is a multi-disciplinary artist who creates visually exciting work which is constantly evolving.
We welcome back Claudia Rankin for her second solo exhibition with The Gallery in October 2019 - Beastly. Click here to read more about Claudia's practice, why she became interested in ceramics, her inspirations and her processes.
Crocodile Dish View details
Crocodile Dish2019slip decorated white faienceH:25.5cm W:14cm£180Photograph: Peter AtkinsonBlue Bird Candlestick View details
Blue Bird Candlestick2019slip decorated white faienceH:25cm W:14cm D:8cm£390Photograph: Peter AtkinsonCircus Horse Plate View details
Circus Horse Plate2019slip decorated white faienceH:25.5cm W:23cm£230Photograph: Peter AtkinsonInsomniac Plate View details
Insomniac Plate2019slip decorated white faienceH:21cm W:21cm£230Photograph: Peter AtkinsonTiger Mask Plate View details
Tiger Mask Plate2019slip decorated white faienceH:23cm W:23cm£230Photograph: Peter AtkinsonTiger Candlestick View details
Tiger Candlestick2019slip decorated white faienceH:28cm W:30cm D:16cm£620Photograph: Peter AtkinsonMexican Mask Bowl View details
Mexican Mask Bowl2019slip decorated white faienceH:22cm W:22cm£260Photograph: Peter AtkinsonSmall Lidded Pot with Snake and Lion (front and reverse) View details
Small Lidded Pot with Snake and Lion (front and reverse)2019slip decorated white faienceH:10cm W:8cm D:8cm£190Photograph: Peter AtkinsonCamel Plate View details