Dan Elborne

Recent Works

15 May – 13 June 2020

Onespace gallery is proud to present one of our most recently represented artists, Dan Elborne. Through Recent Works, Elborne highlights his unique practice and exceptional use of the ceramic medium. Conscious of the historical and metaphorical potency of ceramics, Elborne utilises the inherent transformational capability of his chosen material to address sensitive topics and instances of profound personal resonance and affect.

Elborne elaborates on his practice, “I hope my work speaks of the delicate nature of life, alongside concepts of resilience and legacy, while also continuing an ongoing investigation of visually representing commemorative practices, reverence, preservation and memory.”

Where They Burn Books

Dan Elborne
Where They Burn Books, 2016-2020
Stoneware, glaze, gold lustre, book ash
Each approx. 20 x 13 x 3cm
$250 per piece*
*As each piece is handmade, individual works may vary slightly in form and detail

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Ceremony

Dan Elborne
Ceremony, 2018
Porcelain coated animal bone, glaze and gold lustre, 2 pieces remaining, each approx. 21.5 x 10.5 x 8.5cm.
$750 each

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Five Hundred

Dan Elborne
Five Hundred, 2012-13
Slipcast earthenware, glaze, decals. 7.5 x 7.5 x 1cm
$450 per set of 5*
8 sets remaining

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In Defence

Dan Elborne
In Defence, 2017
Handbuilt recycled/locally sourced clay, glaze. 135 x 3.5 x 3.5cm (individual average)
$350 per piece

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