Dianne Mangan

Over many years Dianne Mangan’s has applied an individual approach to her ceramic work with one-off contemporary sculptural pieces, pot forms and functional ceramic items.

Utilising porcelain, stoneware and other clays (occasionally terracotta) she employs wheel-throwing, hand-building, and sculptural processes in developing works that feature a focus on stimulus, form, detail and surface.

In creating her contemporary works she is mindful of a connection to the world history of ceramics; innovative approaches to ceramic art; and accepted formal art elements. Including aspects such as: line, shape, form, surface, value, texture, colour, space, mass and movement.

Dianne has exhibited her ceramic works extensively throughout her early career and, more recently, featured in solo (2019) and group exhibitions. Her work is included in the permanent collections of Parliament House Canberra–ACT; Powerhouse Museum Sydney–MAAS; Queen Victoria Museum& Art Gallery, Launceston; and other public and private collections in Australia and abroad.

Available Work

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