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Background

Domestic and individual stoneware and porcelain vessels firing in an oriental climbing kiln. Different decorating techniques including hakeme, brush pattern in iron and cobalt oxides. Often uses incised and impressed motifs.

1972-6 Ceramics, Camberwell School of Arts & Crafts

Born 1946

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Exhibitions:

Numerous solo and joint shows in the UK and abroad incuding:
2014 Oakwood Gallery, Rufford
2012 Oxford Ceramics, Oxford
2012 Oakwood Gallery, Rufford
2011 Goldmark Gallery, Uppingham
2008 Goldmark Gallery, Uppingham
2007 Lynn Strover Gallery, Cambridge
2007 Bettles Gallery, Hants
2007 The Jug Show, Galerie Besson
2004 Contemporary Ceramics, London

Collections:

Birmingham City Museum & Art Gallery, Birmingham
Bolton Museum and Art Gallery, Lancs
Liverpool National Museums & Art Galleries on Merseyside, Liverpool
Southampton Museum and Art Gallery
Crafts Council Collection, London
Victoria & Albert Museum, London
Manchester City Art Gallery, Manchester
Cleveland Crafts Centre, Middlesbrough
Stoke-on-Trent City Museum and Art Gallery, Hanley
York City Art Gallery, York
Yorkshire Museum, York
Paisley Museum and Art Gallery, Paisley
Aberystwyth University Ceramics Collection, Aberystwyth
Ulster Museum, Belfast

Publications:

Studio Pottery, Phaidon Press Limited with Victoria & Albert Museum, 1999
British Studio Ceramics by Paul Rice, The Crowood Press, 2002
Studio Pottery in Britain 1900-2005 by Jeffrey Jones, A&C Black, 2007
A guide to Collecting Studio Pottery by Alistair Hawtin, A & C Black, 2008
Contemporary Ceramics by Emmanuel Cooper, Thames & Hudson, 2009

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