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Matt Fiske

Biography to Display: 

1985 Born Illinois

EDUCATION

2016MFA Ceramics, Utah State University, Logan, Utah

2008BFA Studio Art, Ceramics, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana

RESIDENCIES

2011-2012Long-Term Resident, Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, Florida

2016—Long-Term Resident, Red Lodge Clay Center, Red Lodge, Montana

PRIMARY WORK EXPERIENCE

2011-2013Faculty, Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, Florida

 

Matt Fiske is known for wheel-thrown and altered porcelain or stoneware work. Typical forms are Sake bottle with cups and teapot with cups on concrete, stone or ceramic under-slab, cups, and bowls. Surface techniques include the use of sandblasting, copper sand, soda firing, and glazes such as celadon.  Forms are simple with attention centered on surface treatment. Fiske demonstrates an interest in assemblages of contrasting pristine ceramic objects on under-slab of contrasting finish and material.

Bibliography

Bibliography to Display: 

Fiske, Matt. “Snowflake Crackle Glazes.” Ceramics Monthly (November2011).

 

Website(s):

https://mattfiske.com/

 

Typical Marks
2016
Mug
Date: 2016
Materials: Porcelain
Method: Thrown
Surface Technique: Glaze
Courtesy Red Lodge Clay Center
Photo: TMP
Courtesy Red Lodge Clay Center
Photo: TMP
Photo: TMP
Blue Basalt Cups on Basalt Stand
Date: 2016
Materials: Porcelain
Method: Thrown, Hand Built
Dimensions: 4.5 x 22 x 5.5"
Surface Technique: Glaze
Photo: Artist
Sake Set-Bozeman Pass Red Shale
Date: 2017
Materials: Porcelain
Method: Thrown, Hand Built
Surface Technique: Glaze, Oxidation Fired, Woodfire
Photo: Artist
Sake Set-Chrysocolla Hedenbergite
Date: 2017
Materials: Porcelain
Method: Thrown, Hand Built
Surface Technique: Glaze, Soda Fire
Photo: Artist
Vase
Materials: Stoneware
Method: Thrown
Surface Technique: Glaze
Courtesy Red Lodge Clay Center
Photo: TMP
Courtesy Red Lodge Clay Center
Photo: TMP
Photo: TMP

Citation: "The Marks Project." Last modified June 4, 2019. http://www.themarksproject.org:443/marks/fiske