Anne Fløche has been working with clay since she left The Academy of Fine Arts. For the last three decades from her home and workshop in Mols on the seaside of Denmark.
She has a very broadside approach to ceramics and has moved away from most ceramic conventions, taking clay into a broader environment.

She employs clays, glazes and colours freely and spontaneously, the clay being a free drawing board for ideas, forms, colours, textures and motifs.
Anne Fløcheworks with a firing temperature of 1100 degrees C, which has allowed her to develop a wide range of the Terra Sigillata colours so well suited for her rough as well as refined surfaces.
Her works are often inspired by simple architectural forms and materials, like white-washed walls or concrete.
Anne Fløches works have been widely exhibited.

David Whiting.