Black and white earthenware milk jug
Plastic water bottles suck ceramic bottles are the future
Tea Pot Oval thrown Tea pot with hand made and steam bent ash handle
Along side the blue, black and white Earthenware I’ve been working on a stoneware range displaying more gestural marks. Here three breakfast plates and a small bowl.
One of the objects I enjoy the most making is the simple Coffee bowl. These have evolved from the earthenware coffee bowls I make into the raw high fired bowls which are thinner and more pleasant to drink form.
Its been great to open the workshop to the public this summer for the first time. People and customers have been very positive and feedback has great to here as I can respond relatively quickly to what people find interesting or useful.
Just got some new work out of the kiln today. I’ve been trying to develop a raw fired stoneware range that will run alongside the earthenware. After lots of glaze tests I have a base glaze and method production to build upon. The next step is to bring a bit of colour into the cups,
Revving up to open my workshop to the public by Saturday 1st August. I’m madly trying to make some stock as I’ve been focused on extending the workshop, making a frontage and a new job in Bath Spa University 3 days a week. If you’re passing through St.Dogmaels this summer drop in to see me hard