Bob Steiner is a local Auckland artist, specialising in ceramics which have a distinct 'Kiwi' feel to them. Bob finds his inspiratoin from the unique and natural wonders that New Zealand has become known for. Capturing New Zealand's wildlife not only allows others to appreciate it's beauty but educates people about the diversity of creatures found here and the need to look after them.
Bob Steiner's works revolve around people and places and this fine example is no different. Bob has taken his inspiration for this bowl from 'Tapa' or Pacific Island barkcloth which many tribal communities decorate according to their village traits.
Bob Steiner Ceramics presents a lovely cake stand for this rather large indulgent cakes and tarts. However the best part of this piece is that when there is no cake left you can admire the Pohutukawa flower embossed on it's platter.
Bob Steiner's range of ceramics are as diverse as the designs themselves and this lovely item is no exception - being yet another item with nature in mind, this Yellow Tail (Kingfish) and Seahorse would look lovely on any wall.
Bob Steiner ceramics are fast gaining notoriety from the ceramic, art and environmental communities due to his useful and diverse designs which usually have plant, animal or cultural emblems upon them.
Bob Steiner captures the very essence of New Zealand life with his nature orientated artworks. Showing respect to the native people, flora and fauna - Bob ensures that appreciation for his ethically minded works is spread across all spectrums of people.