Aude Van Ryn

works

Isolde Aude Van Ryn
Aude Van Ryn Edme
Aude Van Ryn Theodora
Isolde
White Earthenware clay
with transparent glaze
W18.5 D13 H28cm
£880
Edme
White Earthenware clay
with transparent glaze
W15 D14.5 H38cm
£960
Theodora
White Earthenware clay
with transparent glaze
W18.5 D12 H32.5cm
£730
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mathilde aude van ryn
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Isabeau
Terracotta clay, glazed
W12 D12 H25cm
£750
Mathilde
White Earthenware clay
with transparent glaze
W16 D8 H28cm
£740
Composition Graphique
Terracotta clay, glazed
W17 D5 H32cm
£720
Aude Van Ryn Alienor
Aude Van Ryn Le Soldat
Aude Van Ryn Petite Danseuse
Alienor
White Earthenware clay
with transparent glaze
W14.5 D11.5 H28.5cm
£830
Le Soldat
Black porcelain and dry white glaze
W7 D6 H21.5cm
£380
Petite Danseuse
Black porcelain and dry white glaze
W10.5 D7.5 H19cm
£380
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Aude Van Ryn sculpture Urban Owl
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Le Guardien
Terracotta clay, glazed
W8 D5.5 H26cm
£420
Urban Owl
Terracotta clay, glazed
W9 D5.5 H21.5cm
£385
Sage Comme Une Image
Terracotta clay, glazed
H9.5 D6.5 W22cm
£385
Aude Van Ryn sculpture Cassiopée
Aude Van Ryn sculpture Acrobatics Siena
Aude Van Ryn sculpture Acrobatics Grass Green
Cassiopée
Terracotta clay, glazed
H42 W17cm
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Acrobatics Siena
Terracotta clay, glazed
H29 W20cm
£720
Acrobatics Grass Green
Terracotta clay, glazed
H 31 W18cm
£720
Aude Van Ryn sculpture Acrobatics Lemon Yellow
Aude Van Ryn sculpture Acrobatics Honey
Aude Van Ryn sculpture Acrobatics Red
Acrobatics Lemon Yellow
Terracotta clay, glazed
H 37cm W 27cm
£795
Acrobatics Honey
Terracotta clay, glazed
H 31cm W 21cm
As seen in Elle Decoration
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Acrobatics Red
Terracotta clay, glazed
H 31 W 28cm
£720
Aude Van Ryn sculpture Clair de Lune
Aude Van Ryn sculpture Composition Automnale 2
Aude Van Ryn sculpture L'oiseau
Clair de Lune
Terracotta clay, glazed
H 19cm / W 8cm
Sold
Composition Automnale
Terracotta clay, glazed
H 25cm / W 9cm
Sold
L’oiseau
Terracotta clay, glazed
H 30cm / W 11cm
Sold
Aude Van Ryn sculpture Dogon Dancer
Aude Van Ryn sculpture Dreaming of summer
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Dogon Dancer
Terracotta clay, glazed
H 22cm / W 10cm
Sold
Dreaming of Summer
Terracotta clay, glazed
H 21cm / W 12cm
Sold
Gratte-Ciel
Terracotta clay, glazed
W10 D5 H24cm
£460
Aude Van Ryn sculpture L'ange
Aude Van Ryn sculpture Reclined woman
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L’ange
Terracotta clay, glazed
H 20cm / W 8cm
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Reclined Woman
Terracotta clay, glazed
H 28cm / W 39cm
£750
Tendre Penchant
Terracotta clay, glazed
W9 D5.5 H17cm
£380
Aude Van Ryn sculpture La face cachée
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Aude Van Ryn sculpture Le Sage
La Face Cachée
Terracotta clay, glazed
H 23cm / W 9cm
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The Priestess
Terracotta clay, glazed
H 38.5cm / W 13cm
Sold
Le Sage
Terracotta clay
H 27cm / W 8cm
Sold
Aude Van Ryn sculpture Le Fonctionnaire
Aude Van Ryn sculpture Le Sapeur
Aude Van Ryn sculpture The suitor
Le Fonctionnaire
Terracotta clay, glazed
H 25cm / W 7cm
Sold
Le Sapeur
Terracotta clay, glazed
H 22cm / W 8cm
Sold
The Suitor
Terracotta clay, glazed
H 25cm / W 9cm
Sold
Aude Van Ryn sculpture Petite Construction
Aude Van Ryn sculpture Petite simphonie (small)
Aude Van Ryn sculpture Kneeling woman
Petite Construction
Terracotta clay, glazed
H 19cm / W 9cm
Sold
Petite Symphonie
Terracotta clay, glazed
H 14cm / W 8cm
Sold
Kneeling woman
Terracotta clay, glazed
H 36cm / W 21cm
£820
Aude Van Ryn sculpture Suffragette
ANDELLI 56 Acrobatics Dots
Aude Van Ryn sculpture Sunny composition
Suffragette
Terracotta clay, glazed
H 19cm / W 7cm
Sold
Acrobatics Dots
Terracotta Clay, Glazed
H 33cm / W 29cm
Sold
Sunny Composition
Terracotta clay, glazed
H 27cm / W 22cm
Sold
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Petit Fugue
Terracotta clay, glazed
Painted pigments on wooden board
28 x 30cm (frame)
£420

installation views
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Photo credit: Neil Juggins

biography

artist aude van ryn sculpture for saleAude Van Ryn lives and works in London. Originally from Brussels she moved to the UK in 1991 to study illustration. After studying at Central St Martins and the Royal College of Art, she joined Heart illustration agency and worked as a freelance illustrator for 20 years. Over the last few years, being gradually drawn to ceramics, she established her own studio and followed a ceramics diploma course at CityLit.
Aude’s practice explores the aesthetic of forms found in nature, everyday objects and in the human figure through clay. Influences and visual inspiration come from various sources, from mid 20th century art movements to ceremonial objects from primitive and ritualistic cultures. Her quirky and uplifting visual vocabulary is created through texturing, cutting, assembling and composing. The pieces are intriguing and curious, yet familiar and tactile – their role or purpose undefined, allowing the viewer not to be overly guided and for the sculptures to have a language of their own.
Aude Van Ryn has exhibited her ceramic works in the UK and internationally and been featured in The World of Interiors and Elle Decoration magazines.

‘My practice explores the aesthetic of forms, found in nature, everyday objects and in the human figure through clay. Influences and visual inspiration come from various sources, from mid 20thth century art movements to ceremonial objects from primitive and ritualistic cultures.
The pieces are intriguing and curious yet familiar and tactile – their role or purpose undefined, allowing the viewer not to be overly guided and for the sculptures to have a language of their own.
My approach to work is through seeing and making, texturing clay, cutting, assembling, composing and creating alongside a visual vocabulary.’

Thames deities series
Aude’s Thames Deities series was a project based on the river Thames where she had mudlarking sessions with an archaeologist from the museum of London.
‘During my research I came across interesting french vases made in the 17th century, in the shape of women, these were made quite roughly with decorations applied as tiny spriggs (little stamps that are used to decorate the surface of the sculptures). So I created about 25 stamps based on the type of decorations found at the time and added other far more contemporary elements. These contemporary elements with which I composed are also found in the river, bits of metal tubes, metal/plastic grids, plastic discs, foam etc.’