Gerald (*1925) and Gotlind Weigel (*1932) are among
that small group of ceramicists who have played an important role
in the development of German ceramics of the Twentieth Century.
With superb craftsmanship and never fading inventiveness they have
succeeded to define their own unmistakeable artistic idioms in pots
as firmly imbedded in the canon of traditional forms as expressive
of the individuality of their respective makers.
The two artists’ work has been widely recognized nationally
and internationally by important prizes.