Hong Kong Art: Visual Archive

Geiger-Ho, Martie
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Art Medium: ceramics
Martie Geiger-Ho obtained a Ph.D. (Fine Arts Interdisciplinary) with an emphasis in art education at Texas Tech University, Texas, August 2003. She served as a University Fellow at the Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University in 2006, where, in addition to her research on kiln gods she was organizing the ceramic studio and aiding with curriculum development. During her three years in Hong Kong, Geiger-Ho was a recipient of two individual Hong Kong Arts Development Council Grants. She was also a frequent lecturer and course instructor at the Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre and the Hong Kong Museum of Art. Her international exhibition record showed that she had participated in many invitational and juried shows in the United States, Hong Kong, China, Japan and Canada.
Retro Sea Maiden (Self-Portrait) (2006) ∆04 slip cast whiteware, underglaze, glaze, lusters & beads 11.5"H x 8"W x 4"DCollection Box with Deconstructed Self (2006) ∆1 slip cast whiteware, slip & glaze 15"H x 10"W x 4"DCasting Myself As Golden "Other" (2006) ∆04 slip cast whiteware, glaze & lusters 15"H x 12"W x 4.5"DOur Mother of Earth Is a Potter Who Continuously Recycles the Children of Her Creation (2005) ∆06 stoneware P-Clay, underglaze, glaze, lusters, & on-glaze 23.5"H x 11.5"W x 14"D
Kiln Goddess/Psychic Spill (2005) Low fire clay, slips, glaze, lusters & paint 11.5"H x 12"W x 14"DPsychic Cornucopian Kiln Goddess (2004) Low fire clay, slips, glaze, lusters & paint 31"H x 20"W x 15"DKiln Guardian with Cornucopian Vessel (2004) White ware P-Clay, slips, glaze, & lusters 32"H x 17"W x 14.5"DCeramists' Muse /Guardian (2004) Low fire clay, slips & glaze 26"H x 13"W x 15"D (including shards)
Origin of the Kiln Goddess Archetype (2004) Low fire clay, slips, glaze, lusters & paint 31"H x 14"W x 16"DThe Kiln Goddess of Decorative Ware (2003) ∆1 stoneware, glaze, underglaze & lusters 23"H x 10"W x 9"DGuardian of Dreams & Pottery (2003) ∆1 stoneware, glaze, underglaze & lusters 20.5"H x 7"W x 11.5"DThe Kiln Goddess of Lava & Primeval Pottery (2003) ∆05 stoneware clay, under glaze, glaze, lusters & on-glaze 30.5"H x 16.5"W x 11.5"D
Kiln Goddess of the First Fried Pot (2001) ∆1 stoneware, slips, glaze & lusters 19"H x 13"W x 12.5"DMermaid Kiln Goddess (1999) Low fire clay, glaze, slips & luster 36"H x 20"W x 13"DGorgon Medusa as a Kiln Goddess (1999) Low fire clay, glaze, slips, Versa Color, lusters, paint & plastic resin 30"H x 17"W x 5.5"DThe Kiln Goddess of Tea Ware (1998) Low fire clay, glaze & mixed media 21.5"H x 11"W x 10.5"D
Kiln Goddess with Amphora (1998) Raku 12"H x 14"W x 14"DMistress & Guardian of Ceramic Arts (1998) Low fire clay, glaze & slips 19"H x 14"W x 9"DKiln Goddess with Vessel (1996) ∆6 stoneware & slips 10.5"H x 8"W x 7.5"DKiln Goddess of Creative Fire (1996) ∆6 stoneware, glaze, slips, & lusters 20"H x 9"W x 6.5"D
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Contact the artist: kilnlore@aol.com
Official artist website: http://www.kilnlore.com

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Last updated: 3 July, 2020.