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‘Chasing Gold’, Logbook article

The Logbook magazine cover: Woodfire Soda Glaze

The Log Book magazine represents a cross-section of international wood-fired ceramics. Edited by Coll Minogue and Robert Sanderson, it is published...

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Slip and glaze notebook for wood salt-firing

Education 1992 - 1995 Cardiff Institute of Higher Education. 1st class BA(Hons) 3-Dimensional Design Ceramics. 1991 -  1992 Falmouth College of Art. Art Foundation studies. Work 1995 to present Invited to join Wobage Workshops. 2006 to present Established...

Apprenticeship

MCkilnbuild'96.landscape

My first apprenticeship was a short Summer in 1994, in-between the 2nd and 3rd years of my degree, under Ray Finch at Winchcombe Pottery in Gloucestershire. I was somewhat overwhelmed by the history of the place and all that had gone before, both in Ray's time at the helm and...

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Lead fishing weights inspiration for clay form

I am resolutely drawn towards fusing my artistic exploration with eminently utilitarian design. Making and firing functional pots, which are used everyday and which are only fully realised in the hands of their user; this is my chief source of inspiration. As my vision for a set of values and aesthetic constantly and gently shifts, so the body of production grows and changes.   I draw deeply from the tools, materials and processes of...

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Jeremy Steward, wheel throwing stoneware

Jeremy has made wood-fired salt-glaze at Wobage Workshops in rural Herefordshire, since the summer of 1995. He and...