The work is either reduction fired stoneware using mainly wood-ash glazes, salt-glazed in my large wood-fired kiln at the Whichford Pottery, or soda-glazed in my gas kiln here.
Work generally available from:
St. Ives Ceramics, Cornwall
Beaux Arts, Bath
Bluecote Display Centre, Liverpool
The Octagon, Whichford Pottery
Direct from our own showroom.
Available for lectures, demonstrations, workshops, when available, given plenty of advance notice.
CPA Autumn Fair : Oxford Ceramics Fair 2015
October 25, 2015 to October 26, 2015
Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology : Clay Live - John Jelfs Masterclass: Working with Clay
November 20, 2015 to November 20, 2015
Reduction-firing: down-draft gas kiln, 30cu. feet. Reduction fired to cone 10, with mainly ash, celadon and tenmoku glazes.
Salt/soda-firing: wood-fired kiln, 90 cu feet; gas kiln, 40 cu feet; various slips as well as tenmoku and celadon glazes.
Cheltenham College of Art; Largely self-taught.