Learn about Halpern, Deborah

Deborah Halpern was born in 1957 in Melbourne. She studied journalism at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, painting at the Caulfield Institute of Technology and Fine Arts at Latrobe University. She trained in ceramics as a student at the 'Potter's School' and as an apprentice at her mother's workshop, Sylha Ceramics. She is represented in the National Gallery of Victoria and numerous regional galleries.
12 item(s) found:

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Deborah Halpern (b. 1957) orange and white head, 1990 earthenware, depicting a face, artist's signature to base edge 'Deborah D Halpern 1990'. Height 54 cm. Length 39 cm. Width 22 cm. Provenance: Corporate collection, Sydney

Deborah Halpern (born 1957), Caress, signed, titled 30/40 in pencil to margin, 40 x 30 cm plate size

Two pieces of Stan Halpern pottery, sgraffito jug and small hand painted stoneware dish

Pair of Sylvia Halpern pottery birds with feather applications to tails

Harold Hughan bowl, Eric Juckert bowl with two damaged dishes by Sylvia Halpern and Louisa Taylor

Sylvia Halpern (born 1919), vase c.1975 earthenware, glaze painted signature and dated '75. Height 43 cm

Three Deborah Halpern mugs, initialled to base, largest 11 cm high (3)

Deborah Halpern (b.1957), lithograph 'Tango', A/P, signed lower right, 30 x 22 cm (image). Deborah Halpern (born 1957 in Melbourne) is an artist working in Victoria Australia, notable for her prominent and popular works of public Art. Halpern is a sculptor

Deborah Halpern (b.1957), lithograph 'The Dip/Suave', A/P, signed lower right, 30 x 22 cm (image)

Deborah Halpern, lithograph 'Walse', A/P, signed lower right, 30 x 22 cm

Sylvia Halpern (born 1919), circa 1976, the large earthenware sculptural form, fashioned as an inverted arrow head with short neck flanked to each side with tubular extensions, and with an applied decoration of white slip glazed in a spattered manner, pain

Deborah Halpern, Victoria, a figural earthenware shower caddy, in colours of yellow and pink on a pale blue ground, painted signature Deborah D Halpern, 36 cm high