A range of table and garden-ware alongside "one off" pieces which explore the more extreme effects of long anagama firings.
Work generally available from:
My studio at Bettiscombe
Bridport Market on Saturday mornings.
The Devon Guild of Craftsmen . Bovey Tracey , Devon.
Rufford Craft Centre : Earth and Fire 2016 at Rufford
June 24, 2016 to June 26, 2016
Three Stags' Heads : Wardlow Mires Pottery and Food Festival
September 10, 2016 to September 11, 2016
All pots are 'once' fired in an Anagama type kiln to 1300+ degrees Centigrade. Simple Shino and local wood ash glazes are further enhanced by residual ash from the firebox. Salt is added to the back of the kiln producing heavy 'orange peel' glazes.
Background & Training
1964 - Born in Moseley, Birmingham.
1982 - 1987 - Camberwell School of Arts & Crafts, London
1987 - 1988 - Built first wood-fired kiln in Chislehurst, Kent
1987 - 1988 - Exhibited at the RBSA, Birmingham
1988 - International Workshop of Ceramic Art, Tokoname, Japan
1988 - Exhibited at the Tokoname Ceramicic Festival
1992 - Started pottery in Bettiscombe, Dorset. Built anagama kiln and established workshop.
1995 - David Cantor Memorial Fund Award