produces pots with wonderful free flowing brushwork. He spends
long hours repeating and developing his designs to gain a
rhythmic quality and simplicity that matches the thrown clay
and fits as part of the pot, and which is in harmony with
the form. His work is Influenced by a deep appreciation of
Korean 16th century ware from the Chosôn Dynasty. The
brushed decoration is a combination of slips made from local
clay, and found and hand-ground scrap flake iron, which produces
a rich variation in colour and brush stroke quality and texture.
pots delight the eye, heart and hand.
Our second offering is a bottle vase and a fine example of
Richard's new wood fired porcelain, glazed with a stunning
golden shino glaze, with decoration in his enimitable style.