View Image Gallery Tim Gee(Full member)Tel: +44 (0)1752 225120 Email: Web: www.timgeeceramics.co.uk
Porcelain is a challenging material to work with particularly when
thrown finely but it rewards the meticulous craftsman with translucency
and a fine smooth surface. This translucency adds depth to a glaze and
softens the boundary between the exterior and interior of a form.
Whilst the polished surface has a seductive, almost sensual quality.
Devon Guild of Craftsmen, Bovey Tracey, Devon.
Artmill Gallery, Plymouth.
Byard Art, Cambridge.
Walford Mill Crafts, Wimborne
Grey Door Gallery
Unique vessels thrown using Audrey Blackman porcelain with an initial wall thickness of between 2-3 mm, these walls are then water etched using shellac as a mask. Bisque-fired to 1000 deg. C and sanded, then glazed and fired in an electric kiln to 1280 deg. C. Following this there is a final sanding with wet and dry paper.
Born in 1958.After twenty years of sweating in kitchens I touched clay for the first time in 1996 and became hooked.Since then a BA (Hons) in Applied Arts followed in 2000 with a workshop and a full time career in 2003.
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Contact DetailsStudio Address: 165, Grenville Road, Plymouth, Devon, UK, PL4 9QD.
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Telephone: +44 (0)1752 225120
Availability: My workshop is open but please phone first.
Last Updated: 2013-02-25