Overview
“I fell in love with the medium due to its fine qualities and translucency.  My inspiration comes from many sources, not least the Scottish Highlands where I spent a great deal of my childhood."

Steven Geddes started his life as an artist in 2004, in his mid thirties, after a successful career as a fashion designer. It was his encounter with the ceramicist Colin Pearson and the Pearson family that suddenly gave him the desire and opportunity to work with porcelain.

Works
  • Steven Geddes, Bamboo Black
    Steven Geddes
    Bamboo Black
    Porcelain tube vessel
    45.5 x 8 cm
    stamped by the artist
    Steven Geddes, Bamboo Black
    £ 380.00
  • Steven Geddes, Ocean
    Steven Geddes
    Ocean
    Copper green porcelain
    9.5 x 18.5 cm
    Artist stamp
    Steven Geddes, Ocean
    £ 140.00
  • Steven Geddes, Split Horizon Tulip Vessel
    Steven Geddes
    Split Horizon Tulip Vessel
    Porcelain
    11.5 x 12.5 cm
    Artist stamp
    Steven Geddes, Split Horizon Tulip Vessel
    £ 140.00
  • Steven Geddes, Thinking of Cornwall
    Steven Geddes
    Thinking of Cornwall
    Porcelain, Glaze bone ash, barium, manganese
    40.5 x 14.5 cm
    Artist stamp
    Steven Geddes, Thinking of Cornwall
    £ 640.00
  • Steven Geddes, Untitled
    Steven Geddes
    Untitled
    Porcelain, copper green
    37.5 x 11.5 cm
    Artist stamp
    Steven Geddes, Untitled
    £ 420.00
  • Steven Geddes, Untitled
    Steven Geddes
    Untitled
    Bone ash glazed with barium porcelain
    47 x 7.5 cm
    Artist stamp
    Steven Geddes, Untitled
    £ 350.00
  • Steven Geddes, Untitled
    Steven Geddes
    Untitled
    copper green, white interior porcelain ball
    11.5 x 13 cm
    Artist stamp
    Steven Geddes, Untitled
    £ 120.00
  • Steven Geddes, Untitled
  • Steven Geddes, Untitled
  • Steven Geddes, Untitled
    Steven Geddes
    Untitled
    Porcelain, manganese lined glaze with barium
    17.5 x 11.5 cm
    Artist stamp
    Steven Geddes, Untitled
    £ 240.00
  • Steven Geddes, Urban Bullet Vessel
    Steven Geddes
    Urban Bullet Vessel
    Porcelain, manganese, bone ash glazed with barium
    53.5 x 9 cm
    Artist stamp
    Steven Geddes, Urban Bullet Vessel
    £ 420.00
Biography

2004 Began working with Colin Pearson studying porcelain and glazes

2006 ‘Porcelain Exposed’ Solo show M Alvarez 8 Islington Shillingfrord Street London N1

2007 ‘Porcelain Revisited’ Solo show M Alvarez 8 Islington Shillingfrord Street London N1

2008 Commissioned by Stuart Evans former chair of the selection panel Tate Modern and Turner prize Judge

2008 Notting Hill Art Fair

2009 ‘Blanc Expression’ Solo show Jago Gallery Redchurch Street London E2

2009 20/21 showcased by Laurent Delaye Gallery 11 Savile Row London W1S 3PG

2010 London Art Fair shown by Laurent Delaye Gallery

2010 Group show at Holt Harrison 19 Paul Street Frome Somerset BA11 1DT

2010 Group show Selina’s Salon 105 Lexham Gardens London W8

2011 London Art Fair shown by Stuart Evans and the Lodeveans Collection

2011’ Rotate’ group show with Robyn Denny, Chad Mccail, Michael Stubbs, Bill Culbert, Grayson Perry, Steven Geddes

2011 May Solo show Laurent Delaye 11 Saville Row London W1S 3PG

2017 ‘Watching’ Group Show curated by Stuart Evans                                                                                                    Nan Goldin, Paul Graham, Howard Hodgkin, Andre Komatsu, Agata Madejska, Steven Geddes, Spencer Tunick

2017 Collaboration with Susan Aldsworth  for St Mary’s York

2017 collaboration with sound artists

2019 Collaboration with Eva Rothschild

2019 Collaboration with Alexi Teplin for Bluecoat Liverpool

 Private Colections

Janet Blocker Art Collection Huston

Simmons and Simmons  Contemporary Art Collection

Future events and Commissions

Commission for NSWP World Health Organisation for eight sculptures  

Negotiating with The A.R.T Collection Tokyo to do workshops and solo show

Exhibitions
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