Fellowship: August 2004 – March 2006 Farmhouse
I am captivated by the serendipity of the ceramic process and by creating marks, symbols and surface quality to which working in clay lends itself so supremely well. I also have an interest In the Japanese aesthetic of wabi sabi – an appreciation of natural process, and what is unpretentious, Irregular, intimate and simple.
1971 Cert. Ed. King Alfred’s College,Winchester
1975 B.A. (Hons.) Sculpture.St. Martin’s School of Art, London
1998 M.A. University of Reading, Associate Member Craft Potters Association
Hockerill College, Bishops Stortford, Herts
Barnfield College, Luton, Beds
Columbia College, Columbia, Missouri, USA
South Nottinghamshire College of FE, Notts
Hand-built ceramics using Earthstone lightly
grogged clay, bisque fired to 1000° C,
Subsequent firings 900 – 1030° C.
Interior: white matt earthenware glaze.
Exterior: various underglaze colours.
Est. 1957. New Maynard Gallery, Welwyn Garden City
Sculptural Ceramics. Icon Gallery, Eton
Transference. The Place, Letchworth Garden City
Oxford Ceramics Fair. (Selected CPA Associate)
Hertfordshire Open Studios (Participating through
Digswell Arts Trust)
Earth & Fire – Rufford (Selected CPA Associate)