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All my works begin on a wheel. Combined with various shapes and warm, bright slips the salt-firing enhances my simple, serene forms.
Chris makes domestic pots and ceramics for the garden, including seats and sculptural pieces. All work is fired in a wood burning kiln.
One-off studio ceramics - salt and ash glazed, thrown stoneware. Pots with fluid and textured surfaces to be explored beyond their surface.
Decorative / functional vessels with Victorian botanical illustration and narrative references created from numerous methods within their assembly and decorative detail.
Ian Harris creates individual hand built sculptural vessels, often inspired by the texture and delicate asymmetry found in nature.
Thrown and coiled stoneware vessels that reference ancient Greece in their quietness, modesty of form, and harmony.
Contemporary ceramic sculpture inspired by traditional techniques and organic processes for indoor and outdoor environments.
A wide selection of ceramics all made to be used, including contemporary tableware and one off pieces.
I make a range of traditional and funky domestic stoneware, which I call "Art for everyday living".
I throw my pieces using porcelain which is then decorated using slips, glazes and metals. They are fired several times to build up layers of decoration.