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Andrew Molleur is a ceramicist and designer living and working in Kingston, NY. In his 1,600 square foot studio on the edge of the city’s reviving midtown arts district, Andrew uses traditional and modern techniques to design and produce his functional inlaid ceramic pieces. Striking a balance between fine art and relevant design, Andrew’s current work fuses his inclination toward architectonic elements with an appreciation for minimalism and functionality.

He draws on influences from architecture and design, combining clean lines, geometric fragments, and textural experiences to construct his distinct aesthetic. The result is a collection of one-of-a-kind pieces, each engaging the beholder in a visual and tactile intimacy.

Andrew Molleur is a ceramicist and designer living and working in Kingston, NY. In his 1,600 square foot studio on the edge of the city’s reviving midtown arts district, Andrew uses traditional and modern techniques to design and produce his functional inlaid ceramic pieces. Striking a balance between fine art and relevant design, Andrew’s current work fuses his inclination toward architectonic elements with an appreciation for minimalism and functionality.

He draws on influences from architecture and design, combining clean lines, geometric fragments, and textural experiences to construct his distinct aesthetic. The result is a collection of one-of-a-kind pieces, each engaging the beholder in a visual and tactile intimacy.

Andrew Molleur Carrara Slab Coaster
Andrew Molleur Speckle Slab Coaster
Andrew Molleur Carrera Slab Trivet
Andrew Molleur Speckle Slab Trivet
Andrew Molleur Speckled Block Planter
Andrew Molleur Speckled Oblique Planter
Andrew Molleur Natural Block Planter
Andrew Molleur Smoke Bowls
Andrew Molleur Natural Cylinder Vase
Andrew Molleur Ink Block Planter
Andrew Molleur Natural Ribbed Planter
Andrew Molleur Apricot Block Planter
Andrew Molleur Apricot Oblique Planter
Andrew Molleur Speckled Ribbed Planter
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