Andrei Davidoff is an artist born in Australia, currently working in Australia.

Much of Andrei’s work explores the relationship and tension between the creative process, nature and the man made. Clay is an ideal medium for this discourse because of its millennia long history and elemental nature – particularly when wood fired. Similarly he values traditional techniques in the ceramic process, focusing much of his work on wheel formed functional ware and sculptural forms.
Ceramic art and pottery have a foot firmly in both contemporary art and functional ware and Andrei seeks to explore the possibilities.

Andrei Davidoff studied as a chemical engineer in Sydney before deciding art was his calling in his final year. A serendipitous trip to the Snowy Mountains saw him cut his teeth throwing pots under the instruction of Fr. Sergei Shatrov of the Holy Transfiguration Monastery, Bombala. It was there that he was introduced to the power, pain and beauty of wood fired kilns.

First studying Fine Arts and Education at the College of Fine Arts (COFA) University of New South Wales, he transferred to RMIT University in Melbourne to study Fine Arts, Ceramics. He is set to graduate in 2010 and continue his studies and art practice abroad.