Seen in every lounge in 1960: Buffet's Head of a ClownBernard Buffet (1928-1999), the French painter popular in the 1950s but dismissed by critics, has two exhibitions in Paris, one a large retrospective in the Museum of Modern Art (MAM). As I shared the common disdain for his work and as he had been out … Continue reading BERNARD BUFFET: THE PAINTER WITH THE GOLDEN ARM
My obituary of Mary Wondrausch appears in the latest bulletin of the Craft Potters Association.
My ceramics will be on show at Byard Art in Cambridge, Breath of Fesh Air, 23 Feb - 19 Mar 2017.
A bisque kiln is opened and several dozen pieces are lined up for glazing and decorating next week. They are for an order from Byard Art in Cambridge and will be painted with my "Wisteria" design in anticipation of the spring. Every potter prefers one part of the making to another, and I prefer glazing and … Continue reading COLOUR PLANS
This is a selection from my latest range of ceramics. Scroll down for a list of stockists and upcoming shows."White Arabesque". Curls of cobalt blue applied directly with a long sable brush."Parrot". The colours of this cheerful pattern are inspired by the brilliant plumage of macaws."Harlequin". Brilliant Naples yellow, dense black and the palest wash of … Continue reading MY LATEST RANGE OF CERAMICS