Matthew Chambers is an English ceramic artist living on the Isle of Wight just off the coast of England. Chambers studied ceramics at the Royal College of Art, graduating in 2004.
His work is born from a love of geometric and constructivist art and executed in earth tone ceramics. Each piece is a constructed abstract exploration of shape and form that is made by layering many circular sections within a single form. These forms are free standing and three-dimensional or wall mounted relief sculpture. The layering technique Chambers use is reminiscent of natural forms as well as technological lenses.
Permanent public collections:
Musée National de Céramique of Sèvres, National Museums of Scotland, Fitzwilliam Museum of Cambridge