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Donnas Hermena Peterson

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Sculptor Donnas Hermena Peterson
Donnas Peterson

About Donnas Hermena Peterson

Donnas Hermena Peterson`s description
I have always been a creative person working principally with pots, I have felt an affinity with clay from an early age. Clay is a uniquely tactile and malleable material and my lifelong fascination with it lies primarily in its versatile properties and its universal functions.
Sculptor Donnas Hermena Peterson

Exhibition History of Donnas Hermena Peterson

Donnas Hermena Peterson`s Exhibitions
Weird and Wonderful Clay Creations

Original Sculptural Ceramics

Handmade in Lincolnshire. England
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Shows and Exhibitions 2011May 21 2011
1000 Years of Traditional Crafts - Lincoln Castle Lincoln. Demonstrating Portrait Sculpture.

April 15 - May 1 2011
Belvior Castle Sculpture Symposium. Over the 2 week stay I created "Luciana" - Lady of the Light. a life size statue in direct concrete. It can be viewed emerging from the undergrowth on the canal side in Woolsthorpe by Belvior. Grantham. England.

Biography / CV of Donnas Hermena Peterson

Donnas Hermena Peterson`s Biography
A busy Mum of two boys, I have over the years acquired a multitude of diverse and un- used artistic skills, gaining recognition internationally as an accomplished Potter Ceramic Artist and Sculptor.
I am also a Qualified Teacher, Web Designer, Flash Artist as well as a cook, dishwasher, taxi driver...the list goes on... I have also a keen interest in Cad Design. I am now level 3 CAD qualified on 3D solid modelling. I love it - especially Cinema 4D. But, my passion for working in clay will never leave me.

Acquisitions / Collections of work by Donnas Hermena Peterson

Donnas hermena Peterson`s Acquisitions
This is a commission for a trophy for a person who was apparently quite loud!

Hand made `one off` in clay. Under glazed and fired to 1060 degrees.

The client was over the moon!

Newark Litter Bins in Cast Iron The picture left shows the litter bins seen around Newark streets. England. Donnas produced the original clay model for the shields on the front.

Cast Iron

Wigan Bridge plaques.

Reviews of work by Donnas Hermena Peterson

Donnas Hermena Peterson`s Reviews
Press releases include

"The Times" Telegraph

"The Journal" magazine

"Pie Birds Unlimited" USA Collectors
book and price guide

"Collect it "magazine August 2003 - 2009

The Bonsai Potters Book

and numerous others.

Public Works of Donnas Hermena Peterson

Donnas Hermena Peterson`s Public works
These bridge plaques were commissioned by Wigan Council. England.

Working from a design brief, a clay master model was made. Moulds of these were made in resin. Next sand casts were made at the foundry before being produced in cast iron. The picture on the top left shows the bare metal casts before the patination was applied. The finished plaques (right) are now mounted on Breastan Bridge and Saddle Bridge. Wigan. England.

Qualifications / Education of Donnas Hermena Peterson

Donnas Hermena Peterson`s Qualifications
I am also a Qualified Teacher.

Publications / Media / Bibliography of Donnas Hermena Peterson

Donnas Hermena Peterson`s Publications,
My hand made ceramics have been featured in many publications and magazines such as `Collect It`, `Art and Antiques`, `The Journal`, Piebirds Unlimited and more recently The Bonsai Potters Book printed in 6 different languages.

Teaching Experience

Donnas Hermena Peterson`s Teaching
I am presently supply teaching (when they ring me) working in schools in and around Grimsby Lincolnshire. I am available for workshops within your school offering creative clay work to children. (see classes) I am also available for private portrait commissions.

Price Range of Work

Donnas Hermena Peterson's work has a price range from £167 to £417

Mediums utilised

Donnas Hermena Peterson's work is found in the following materials:

Artwork Categorised

Donnas Hermena Peterson's work is found in the following categories on site:
Wild Animals and Wild Life Sculptures (2)
Commission and Custom and Bespoke sculpture Statues (2)
Portrait Sculptures / Commission or Bespoke or Customised Sculptures (2)
Commemoratives and Memorials Sculptures (2)
Busts and Heads Sculptures Statues statuettes Commissions Bespoke Custom Portrait Memorial Commemorative sculpture or statue (2)
Interior, Indoors, Inside Sculpture (2)
European Animals Birds Reptiles Sculptures Statues statuettes
Human Figurative Sculptures
Field Sports, Game Birds and Game Animals Sculptures
Reptiles Sculptures and Amphibian Sculptures
Hares and Rabbits Sculptures
Domestic Animal Sculpture
Children Child Babies Infants Toddlers Kids Sculptures Statues statuettes figurines
Ceramic Sculptures
Garden Bird and Animal Sculptures
Indoor figurative sculpture
Small Animal Sculptures
Animals in General Sculptures Statues
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"Everything is sculpture. Any material, any idea without hindrance born into space, I consider sculpture"
Isamu Noguchi
Customer comment on 'Egret on Alert (Standing Water Bird Wader sculpture)' by Kenneth Potts
Ken, Peter

Thank you both, and especially of course Ken, for your trouble over the
egret sculpture. I am very glad to say that it is now installed in our
garden, and we are delighted with it. Lucy has decided it should be called
Elgar, in memory of the work you are currently doing, Ken.

I attach a couple of pictures showing Elgar the Egret on his stand and in
his setting above the rockery by the pond.


Tim, Devizes, Wiltshire, United Kingdom.