Just back from the opening of the current VAS/SSA exhibition at the Royal Scottish Academy Building in Edinburgh, where I have two sculptures on show. It’s an eclectic exhibition, great to see such diversity.
This November I have exhibitions here in the North and in the Central Belt. I am very to happy to be showing ’64 Moons’ which is at Gallery North, Kelvin College, Glasgow on Hotspur Street, just up the road from … Continue reading →
The Cave kiln was fired on Thursday. We got our little kiln very hot! The first cave reached 1300C at about 11pm, and by 1am we had the second cave up there too. At the start the kiln was still … Continue reading →
It’s been non stop at Northshore Pottery as we get even closer to the firing of the sculpture kiln. We have been lucky to have had the continued commitment of our army of helpers as well as a couple of … Continue reading →
We have had sun, rain, and giant midgies but dispite it all the kiln is growing thanks to the small army of helpers! Because of the rain and midgies we have moved the production of slops and the adobe making … Continue reading →
We’ve begun! Myself, the students, Amy Benzie and Brodie Birss and my son Max are busy on the prelimary parts of the kiln. The trickiest part of the kiln building is the arches. We’re building formers from bricks and clay, … Continue reading →
I am building another, more ambitious kiln out of clay, kelp and rushes this Summer. It will mark my 30th year of being a potter amd progress my sculpture techniques and the scope of my work. I would like to … Continue reading →