Raku vase, Tim Andrews, British, born 1960
Tapering ovoid shaped vase with crackled glaze, made in the Raku tradition, the foot rim with impressed potter's seal. Tim Andrews (British born 1960)
Raku vessels with lead glazes are fired at low temperatures and then removed from the kiln while still glowing hot.
Trained at the Leach pottery 1978-79 then the Dartington pottery where he went on to teach. In 1986 he joined David Leach in his pottery in Bovey Tracy and he set up his own pottery in 1993.
He makes distinctive pieces in raku and porcelain mediums. He has exhibited widely in Britain and abroad.
His works are in many private and public collections including: The Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge, Grassi Museum Leipzig, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
|HEIGHT:||10 in. (25 cm)|
|WIDTH:||6 in. (15 cm)|
|DEPTH:||6 in. (15 cm)|