My aim is not the decorative or didactic or clay as visual entertainment, it is not political. Instead, I hope my work is, in some measure, a distillation of the magic and mystery that surrounds me on this, my part of the Canadian Pre-Cambrian Shield. It is, at its best, pottery that is serene, rich in detail, detached from the mundane and timeless.
|Robert W. Archambeau Cup|
thrown and paddled, wood-fired stoneware, with shino glaze, 2011
(4 x 3.75 inches) CUP 216 $150 SOLD
Robert Archambeau is a Canadian Studio potter from Winnipeg and Bissett, Manitoba. He received his MFA from Alfred University and taught at RISD (4 years) and the University of Manitoba (23 years), retiring in 1991. Robert is the recipient of the Governor General's Award in Visual and Media Arts and a Manitoba Arts Council Senior Grant. His pottery is represented by AKAR Gallery (Iowa City, Iowa), David Kaye Gallery (Toronto, Ontario) and Jonathon Bancroft Snell Gallery (London, Ontario).