Dorte Visby; 1970-

The Danish Pottery College Soenderborg 1989-1993 Sculpture Studies, Montpellier, France 1994 Studies of Decoration Techniques, Department of Ceramics, Cairo University Lecturer, Vraa College for Further Education, Denmark 1996 Own workshop Loenstrup Denmark since 1997

Dorte Visby is a younger exponent of the raku firing technique, as well as an astonishing insight and mastery of further ceramic techniques including salt firing. Highly respected for her work with an ever expanding following in the UK, Sweden Germany and Holland, exhibiting first at Artinclay Hatfield House in the UK in 2003, subsequently at St Ives Ceramics in Cornwall, Collyer Bristow, London, Further exhibiting at Hatfield 2004/2005/2006/2007 to now. ‘In House’ exhibitor at the Hawker Gallery, Amersham, since 2004, as well as exhibition at Artspace , Oxon since 2003.

Collect in The Country 2007, Northern Lights, Collyer Bristow Gallery London again and Galleri fuer Angewandte Kunst, The Bavarian Craft Council 2008 as well as Danish Developments at NewBreweryarts, Gloucestershire. Again Collect in the Country Oxon 2009 and COLLECT 2010/11 at The Saatchi Gallery, London.

In recent years Dorte Visby has executed several public commissions 'The Bower' a wall decoration for public Housing in Hjoerring and 'The Waves 'for
the Fish Hall at Hirtshals. Her latest commission is for the Goedvad Church, in Jutland.

Now at SOFA 2012 New York


Facilitating the Nordic Applied Arts