Marea Gazzard was born in Sydney in 1928, and studied ceramics at the National Art School, East Sydney from 1953 to 1955, and then at the Central School of Arts and Crafts in London from 1955 to 1959. After a period of travelling, she returned to Australia in 1960 to set up her own workshop inn Paddington, a suburb of Sydney. Working in both clay and metal, her designs are influenced by Aboriginal culture. Her work is represented in the National Gallery of Australia, most state art galleries and a number of regional and local galleries. Marea Gazzard died in Sydney on October 28, 2013.
Marea Gazzard, torso hand built stoneware sculpture, signed to base 'Gazzard 66'. Height 40 cm. Width 54 cm. Provenance: Retrospective 'Marea Gazzard - form & clay' S.H. Ervin gallery, Sydney, NSW, 1994, illustrated: Is Marea Gazzard, Form and Clay by Chri
Marea Gazzard, Development Piece 2, 1978, hand built stoneware sculpture. Height 39 cm. Length 60 cm. Provenance: retains paper exhibition label 'Marea Gazzard, 270. Development Piece 2, 1978' Coventry gallery, private Collection Sydney
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