ceramArt Regina Heinz
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Sculptural ceramics, ceramic reliefs and wall pieces
Materials used
Grogged stoneware, dry Lithium glaze, oxides, stains, biscuitslips
Techniques used
Soft-slab construction, brushed glaze and colour, low fired
Availability of work
From exhibitions; by commision; from artist's workshop
Retail outlets
Contemporary Ceramics;
  7 Marshall Street, London W1V 1LP; +44-020-74377605
Eton Applied Arts;
  81 High Street, Eton, Windsor, SL4 6AF; +44-01753-622333
Rufford Craft Centre;
  Rufford Country Park, Ollerton, Nottinghamshire, NG22 9DF;
Über Gallery;
  52 Fitzroy Street, St Kilda 3182, Australia; +613-859-89915
Galerie Reiffenstein;
  Spittelberggasse 28, 1070 Wien, Austria; +43-1-5266712
Member, The Art Workers Guild; 2007
Fellow, Crafts Potters Association of Great Britain; 2005
Crafts Council Selected Maker Index; 2002
Queensberry Hunt Prize for "For a work that shows an innovative approach to the use of ceramic materials"
  Ceramic Art London 2006
Adrian Sassoon Award for the Arts of the Kiln
  Chelsea Crafts Fair 2002
Scholarship, International Ceramic Studio;
  Kecskemét, Hungary; 1999
Prize of the Town of Vénissieux;
  Biennal Europea de Ceràmica, Manises, Spain; 1999
Setting Up Grant, Crafts Council, UK; 1998
Travel Grant, Arts Council Upper Austria, Linz, Austria; 1992
Cleveland Crafts Centre, Middlesbrough, England; 2005
Taipei County Yingge Ceramics Museum, Taipei, Taiwan; 2004
The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery, Stoke on Trent, England; 2003
Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, England; 2002
Collection Museo Internazionale delle Ceramiche, Faenza, Italy; 2001
International Ceramic Studio, Kecskemét, Hungary; 1999
Museu de Ceràmica, Manises, Spain; 1999
Art Collection Austrian Government, Vienna; 1998
Shepparton Art Gallery, Shepparton, Australia; 1997
Art Collection Federal Government Upper Austria, Linz; 1995
Press (selected)
Klei Magazine, Netherlands
  November 2007, Article by Mels Boom:
  "Decoratietechnieken: Regina Heinz"
Ceramic Review, UK
  May/June 2006, page 20-24, Article by James Beighton:
  "Aerial Landscapes"
Ceramic Art & Perception, Australia
  Issue 62, 2005, David Scott:
  "Of Beauty & Abstraction"
Interior Design Today, UK
  Review, December 2004, page 12
Ceramic Review, UK
  Gallery section, September/October 2004, page 17
National Art Collectors Fund, UK
  2002 Review, May 2003, page 126-127
Neue Keramik, Germany
  March/April 2002, cover & page 14-17, "Regina Heinz - Painterly Ceramics"
Ceramic Art & Perception, Australia
  Issue 46, 2002, Peter Saunders:
  "The Journey of Regina Heinz"
Ceramics Monthly, USA
  June 2001, page 42 ff, Feature by Paul F. Dauer:
  "Painterly Potter Regina Heinz"
Studio Pottery - Ceramics in society, UK
  Number 39, Spring 2000, pages 42-45:
  "20th Chelsea Crafts Fair 1999"
Ceramics Monthly, USA
  Volume 48, Number 2, February 2000, pages 42-45:
  "20th Chelsea Crafts Fair" by Kim Nagorski
Ceramic Review, UK
  Issue 178, July/August 1999, pages 24-29:
  "Regina Heinz - Shadowlands" by Karen Livingstone
Ceramic Art and Perception, Australia
  Issue 11, 1993, pages 70-71: "Seven on Form" by Richard Whiting
MA, Site-Specific Sculpture;
  Wimbledon School of Art, London; 1993 - 1995
Post-graduate Diploma - Ceramics (Distinction);
  Goldsmiths's College, London; 1989 - 1991
Diploma Ceramics; City of London Polytechnic;
  Sir John Cass Faculty of Art; 1989 - 1993
Diploma Ceramics;
  Ecole Supérieure d'Arts Appliqués, Geneva; 1988 - 1989
MA in Painting, Art Education and German Literature;
  Academy of Fine Art;
  University of Vienna; 1975 - 1981
Biographical Notes
Born in 1957 in Austria, resident in the UK since 1989
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