Highly decorated pressed and thrown table and ovenware in high-fired earthenware, together with a few 'one-off' pots and an increasing number of panels for kitchen/bathroom use.
Electric-fired kiln, to 1160deg. C. Brightly coloured slips are applied with trailer and brush and enhanced with sgraffito and applied pigment enabling me to work in the slipware tradition.
1951 - Born 28 July
1969 - 71 - Colchester Institute Foundation
1971 - 74 - Hornsey College of Art
1974 - 77 - Royal College of Art (M.A. RCA)
1992 - Elected a Fellow of the Craft Potters Association
Work Experience and Other Activities
1975 - 77 - Part-time teaching at ILEA
1978 - 93 - Continuous part-time teaching at S.E.E.C.A.T (South East Essex College of Art and Technology )
1985 - Demonstrated to many potters groups including South Wales Potters and East Anglian Potters
1991 - Appointed as professional 3.D. advisor to the B Tech committee at S.E.E.C.A.T
1977 - London and Glasgow Design Centres
1988 - Liberty's - London
1991-92 - Touring Exhibition France and Germany
1993 - Contemporary Ceramics - London
1994 - Victoria & Albert Museum - London
1995 - Rufford - A Fishermans Tale.
1996 - Countryworks - Montgomery.
1998 - Aberystwyth - Ceramic Series.
2000 - Open Eye - Edinburgh.
1974 - Ceramic Review : Colloidal Slips
1982 - Pottery Quarterly : Slipware
1992 - Ceramic Review : The Pursuit of Harmony
1998 - Emmanuel Cooper: essay for Ceramic series Aberystwyth