Hand-thrown earthenware bowl
One small hand-thrown earthenware bowl featuing a wavy finger-combed and trailed slip decoration with a special 'serendipity' glaze fleck art potter/tutor Steve Carter
Featuring wavy “finger-combed” & trailed slip decoration & special “serendipity” glaze fleck.
NB: Dishwasher and microwave friendly and glazes have been tested to BS6748:1986”
Steve Carter has been a potter since 1984 and a teacher at Bristol Folk House since 2008
"I've been very fortunate in being able to both teach and develop a workshop practice at home - in reality, a back-garden lean-to and a kiln shed! For me, the confluence of urban "wild" life in St Werburghs - the latter brought into the city via a green corridor to the City Farm - has had much to do with functional 'slipware' pottery that I make. Wheel-thrown terracotta is given surface colour and decoration via what is do-able by me with liquid clays otherwise called clips. Glazes then need to have a see-through property that can enhance that fluidity and movement. I do enjoy all the messy 'husbandry' of the pottery process; recycling and mixing clays and making slips and glazes from raw materials - to my own recipes. My aim - through these things - is to set off a 'companionable quality' in the finished pieces!" Steve Carter
Each bowl is handmade so dimension are approximate
6cms high x 12cms (inside diameter)