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Chris Carter's personal involvement with farming and the landscape give
him a special empathy with his native Britain. He's a genuine "son of
the soil" who has worked the land for a living and who still works with
some of the substance of that "land" to make his vessels.
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All pots are thrown and turned with a grooved foot ring. After Biscuit firing to 980°c they are washed over with oxides and then glazed with anything up to seven layers of glaze before being gloss fired to 1250°c/1280°c in an electric kiln.
1945 - Born 12 October, Warwickshire, second son of Eric and Edna Carter.
2006 – Visited Kilmartin Glen and Kilmartin House Museum to study the area in preparation for an exhibition called Standing Stoneware to be held in April at the Roger Bilcliffe Gallery, Glasgow, and at the museum itself. I found another small Neolithic flint axe while field-walking with Martin Green at Pentridge Hill, Cranbourne Chase.
(* denotes one man show)
The Dark Essence of a White Chase - for Martin Green.
Over the Naleds on your Chalkland Farm
2005 Chris Carter
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Contact DetailsStudio Address: Chris Carter Pottery, Grendon, Atherstone, Warwickshire, UK, CV9 3QL.
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Telephone: +44 (0)1827 712117
Availability: Visits by appointment only. Available for Lectures.
Evening Telephone: +44 (0)1827 715963
Last Updated: 2011-06-27
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