I produce a range of mainly functional (jugs, mugs, bowls etc) slipware pottery with sculptural pieces to add variation to the range.
Having been a marine geologist in a past career the influence of the marine environment is evident in my work. I use coloured liquid clay (slip) which provides a fantastic fluid palette for me to explore the patterns that nature produces, displayed in metamorphic and sedimentary strata and, particularly in marine geomorphology, such as the drawing back of silt by the waves on a sandy shoreline.
I also run classes using (4) pottery wheels alongside my wife (Sarah) who produces and teaches fused glass jewellery and enamelled copper jewellery.
An array of our work will be available to view in our studios as well as in the garden and we will be on hand to explain how we produce it and discuss our classes in more detail.
If you can't make it on these Open Studio dates then we have a gallery area open by appointment and we run our classes throughout the year - you can visit my website for details: www.chrisgreeningpottery.co.uk
Opening dates and times
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