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Produces Individual work using textured clay combined with burnishing and polishing of surfaces. Weathering is an integral part of the making process and Peter often immerses the forms in the River Avon for long periods of time.

Clay that is not meant to be suitable for raku firing is also used, so that it cracks in the kiln and produces the surface which is a signature of Peter's work.

Born 1946

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Collections:

Aberystwyth University, Wales
The Allen Gallery, Alton, Hants
Buckinghamshire County Museum, Aylesbury, Bucks
Reading Museum & Art Gallery, Reading
Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh
Garderner Collection, Toronto
Museum of Modern Art, Kingston, Jamaica
Museum of Modern Art, Brussels, Belgium
Silber Collection, California
J.B. Speed Museum, Lousiville Kentucky

Publications:

St.Ives Revisited - Peter Davis, 1994
"Peter Hayes" - American Ceramics 12/2 (Review - Graham Gallery) 1996
"Paintings, Sculpture and Vessels", Peter Hayes and John Emmanuel - Anatol Orient, 1997
Raku, Investigations into Fire - David Jones, 1999
Ceramics for Gardens and Landscapes - Karin Hessenberg, 2000
British Studio Ceramics by Paul Rice, The Crowood Press, 2002
Raku, 2nd Edition by Tim Andrews, A&C Black, 2005
Ceramic Form by Peter Lane, A & C Black, 1998

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