John Dermer was born in Melbourne in 1949. He studied ceramics at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and at Hawthorn State College, after which he spent some time working in potteries in England. He also worked at his Kirby's Flat Pottery at Yackandandah, Victoria, for a number of years. His first solo exhibition was held in 1971. His work is represented in the Art Gallery of Western Australia, Australian National Gallery, Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, National Gallery of Victoria, Newcastle Art Gallery, Queensland Art Gallery and the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery.
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John Dermer (Australian, b. 1949), Large Lidded Pot, wheel thrown with black and amber iridescent slip glaze, flat rimmed lip and incised panel decoration to body with two handles, artist's monogram seal impressed near base, height 16 cm diameter 28 cm
Ivan Englund, three ceramic vases, comprising one Ivan Englund vase with red and white brushed glaze, one John Dermer vase with red and brown glaze and gilt detail, together with a small Steve Sheridan vase with red and white glaze, all with stamps to base
John Dermer, ceramic vase, of elongated globular form narrowed to neck, the glaze of earth tones with green drip glaze overlay, artist's signature engraved to base 'John Dermer' and stamped. Height 47 cm. Provenance: Macquarie gallery, Sydney c. 1986, priv
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