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Recent ceramics continue to indulge a love of pattern through richly hand-decorated slipware. In addition to the painted work, this year I’ve also focused attention on developing inlaid eathenware pieces, in which relief pattern is impressed into clay and inlaid with liquid clay, before being turned into plates and pots. And for a lovely antidote to all that close concentration, I have also begun to explore the fiery, smoke-filled world of Raku ceramics…

New Ceramic work, on show and for sale:

North Bristol Arts Trail (

Art Presence, Centrespace Gallery, Bristol

Christmas Show, Nails Gallery, Bristol

See ‘Current Events’ on Home Page for full details

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Slipware plate, scraffitto decorated

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Deckle-edged pot: cream slip, scraffitto

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Deckle-edged pot with eyes: slip, scraffitto

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Blue bowl: resist slip patterning

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Blue leaves: slip decorated bowl

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Detail, large spiral bowl: resist slip decorated

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Spiral leaves: resist, scraffitto, slip decorated

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Unglazed bowl and stand: resist, slip decorated

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Autumn bowl and plate: resist, slip decorated

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Large spiral bowl: resist, slip decorated

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Detail, plate: resist, slip decorated

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Blue pots, slip decorated

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My favourite vase

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Blue leaves deckle-edged pot: slip, scraffitto decorated


Turquoise plate: slip, scraffitto decorated

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