Chris Lewis | "All work is fired to between 1300-1350°C in a large single chamber 'anagama' type kiln, built in the Spring of 2000. Firings take place two or three times a year and are of 3-4 days duration. During the firing the ash and embers are allowed to build up throughout the kiln amongst the pots. It is this process that contributes to the depth of colour and textural variety that is evident on the surface of the finished work".
I love these pieces so much! They are screaming: Touch me! I met a blind pianist in Italy who had a wonderful collection of ceramics. He taught me how to see with my hands. I still remember him touching his ceramics and saying: aren’t they beautiful? I know that he would be delighted to … … Continue reading →
Chris Campbell Flat Canister