artist’s inventory

Available works:


World Serpent Mandala, 2001, hand-cut paper, 181 x 181 cm framed
Fire Mandala, 2001, hand-cut paper, 181 x 181 cm framed
Ocean Mandala, 2001, hand-cut paper, 181 x 181 cm framed

These large size paper cut-outs are the culmination of several years of work in the medium on a smaller scale, for ceramics, artist’s books, posters, etc.

The works are framed according to archival standards, with ultra-violet screen glazing for protection. The wood frames are unique and of high quality with a profile that is 10 cm wide and 4,5 cm thick, from solid old-growth cherry wood, black matte lacquered.

Mandala nos. 10, 13, 11, 8, 4, 12, 16, 5, 3, hand-cut paper, 80 x 80 cm each (framed), 2002
Mandala nos. 1-4, hand-cut paper, 40 x 40 cm each (framed), 2001

The Mandalas were originally created as the basis for the Mandala Memory matching game, see Artist’s Projects


Zoe Keramea, Attracting Object, 2005, graphite on paper, 14.5 x 13.5 cm
Zoe Keramea, Wired I, 2011, graphite on paper, 100 cm x 16 cm
Zoe Keramea, Wired IV (detail), 2011, graphite on paper, 100 cm x 16 cm


Zoe Keramea, Shadow, 2011, hand-folded paper and thread
Zoe Keramea, Black Vein, 2011, hand-folded paper and thread, 17 cm x 17 cm x 17 cm
Zoe Keramea, Link, 2011, hand-folded paper and thread

A strip of paper or metal is folded into an hexahedron (triangular dipyramid or dual pyramid). The flat surface of the paper is knotted into itself to become a three dimensional solid. Using the dipyramid as a module, the artist  builds new modular units. These are then sewn together and used to create large sculptural works.


Zoe Keramea, Over and Under I, 1990, Intaglio-Zoetype,, 25.5 x 33 cm
Zoe Keramea, Circled Squares I, 1990, Intaglio-Zoetype, 101.6 x 17.8 cm
Zoe Keramea, Over and Under II, 1990, Intaglio-Zoetype, 25.5 x 33 cm

Zoetype is a printmaking process that involves the transfer of images from a worked metal plate on to the paper, via a woven cloth matrix, either directly or by re-transfer on to a second metal plate.
This process gives the print a much greater range of tonal and textural effect. The matrix can give a sharp relief with either its printed or unprinted side or the two maybe used in combination.
This technique was developed by Zoe Keramea in 1987.
Zoetypes are unique prints.


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