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surfing with helen bates - july 5, 2005 - uk, denmark, usa, canada

updated thu 7 jul 05


Helen Bates on tue 5 jul 05

Surfing with Helen Bates - July 5, 2005 - UK, Denmark, USA, Canada

"Vessels In Celebration" (1997) (The 3 winning pieces) (AB, Canada)
(Organized and circulated by the Alberta Potters' Association)

Birthe Knudsen (Denmark) (No English, but text is minimal)
(Hand built porcelain vessels and sculptural pieces with glazes
inspired by China's Sung dynasty ware)

Brent Cooper Ceramics (London, England, UK)
(Exciting hand-built work)

Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden (UK)
(Large scale figural pieces and vessels for the garden)

Michael Taylor (UK)
(This website designer has designed several ceramics websites)

Robert Cooper (London, England, UK)
(Excentric, footed vessel-based sculptures with complex surface

Glasshouse Gallery (Truro, Cornwall, England, UK)
(Ceramic artists: John Bedding, Dan Chapple, Mark Compton, Sarah
Dunstan, Christine Gittins, Sam Hall, Tamasine Holman, Barry Huggett,
Svein Hjorth-Jensen, Sarah-Jane Lander, Eleanor Newell, Simon
Rich, Debbie Sayers, Andy Sheppard, Roelof Uys, Motoko Wakana, Robin
Welch, Hugh West)

St. Ives Gaolyard Pottery Studios (St. Ives, Cornwall, England, UK)
(Current residents: John Bedding, who built the pottery, Sam Hall,
Motoko Wakana, Sarah Dunstan, Roelof Uys, Louise Thompson, Sam
Aki Moriuchi, Rick Henham)

CBS Online (St. Ives, Cornwall, England, UK)
CBS (Chertavian, Bedding & Smallwood) has a collection of work by many
leading studio potters past and present, and potters with work in the
St Ives Ceramics gallery include: Bernard Leach, Charles Vyse, Clive
Bowen, Collin Pearson, Dame Lucie Rie, David Leach, Derek Emms, Hans
Coper, Janet Leach, Jason Wason, Jeff Oestreich, John Bedding, John
Leach, John Maltby, John Ward, Kanjiro Kawai, Kenkichi Tomimoto,
Michael Cardew, Michael Casson, OBE, Mike Dodd, Nic Collins, Phil
Rogers, Ray Finch, MBE, Richard Batterham, Robin Welch, Shigeyosh
Ichino, Shinsaku Hamada, Shoji Hamada, Svend Bayer, Takehashi
Rakusai,III, Takeshi Yasuda, Tatsuzo Shimaoka, Tomoo Hamada, Walter
Keeler, Warren Mackenzie, William Marshall, Winchcombe Pottery. Even
though the page shows some potters as not having work available, most
of them have piece viewable online, so click their spaces anyway, to
see what comes up. The only potters I found who had no work shown when
I checked tonight were: Charles Vyse, Colin Pearson, Derek Emms, Hans
Coper, John Maltby, John Ward, Mike Dodd and Warren MacKenzie.)

"Clay In LA" (Venice CA, USA) (UK Ceramists) clay
(Contemporary British Ceramics) (25 artists)


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