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Handmade/handpainted & signed vintage porcelain Christmas ornament/tile - flying goose - by renowned tile sculptor Ron Goeke

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This beautiful Christmas ornament was made by renowned tile sculptor Ron Goeke. It measures 3 and three-quarter inches.

It has a hole for stringing.

It was made with incredible attention to detail. More info about the artist, Ron Goeke, is below:

Nestled in along the Barnegat bayfront in Waretown, NJ was the busy studio of nationally recognized sculptor Ron Goeke. After graduating from Colgate University in 1971 with an honors degree in Fine Arts, he joined the Edward Marshall Boehm Studio of Trenton, NJ as Chief Assistant Designer Sculptor.

His tenure there yielded a body of work which spanned a broad range of subjects from graceful, soaring bird and flower sculptures, reproductions of the Treasures of Tutankhamen for the Metropolitan Museum of Art to a series of ballet figurines posed by the American Ballet Theater. Today these works reside in the collections of eminent figures worldwide including the White House and Vatican.

In 1982 he opened his studio and began an exploration of bas relief in the refined medium of porcelain. This exploration led Ron to the vast opportunities of architectural tile and created an exciting venue for his remarkable talents. Over a decade later, he has created an elegant collection of decorative tile and murals which are both beautiful and functional. Presently, much of the tile collection is being reproduced in bronze, adding another exciting dimension to Ron's work.
This beautiful Christmas ornament was made by renowned tile sculptor Ron Goeke. It measures 3 and three-quarter inches.

It has a hole for stringing.

It was made with incredible attention to detail. More info about the artist, Ron Goeke, is below:

Nestled in along the Barnegat bayfront in Waretown, NJ was the busy studio of nationally recognized sculptor Ron Goeke. After graduating from Colgate University in 1971 with an honors degree in Fine Arts, he joined the Edward Marshall Boehm Studio of Trenton, NJ as Chief Assistant Designer Sculptor.

His tenure there yielded a body of work which spanned a broad range of subjects from graceful, soaring bird and flower sculptures, reproductions of the Treasures of Tutankhamen for the Metropolitan Museum of Art to a series of ballet figurines posed by the American Ballet Theater. Today these works reside in the collections of eminent figures worldwide including the White House and Vatican.

In 1982 he opened his studio and began an exploration of bas relief in the refined medium of porcelain. This exploration led Ron to the vast opportunities of architectural tile and created an exciting venue for his remarkable talents. Over a decade later, he has created an elegant collection of decorative tile and murals which are both beautiful and functional. Presently, much of the tile collection is being reproduced in bronze, adding another exciting dimension to Ron's work.

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Handmade/handpainted & signed vintage porcelain Christmas ornament/tile - flying goose - by renowned tile sculptor Ron Goeke

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  • Material: porcelain
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