Peter Lee

"stoneware work reflects a change in direction, now concentrating on abstract decoration, using under glaze slip and stains and then adding layers of colours"

Current stoneware work reflects a change in direction, now concentrating on abstract decoration, using under glaze slip and stains and then adding layers of colours onto a white glossy glaze.
Clay is either Scarva Earthstone or Dobles of St.Agnes white Stoneware. Fired in an electric kiln (oxidised) to cone 11, 1285 C. I enjoy making bowls, platters, vases, and other domestic ware as well as wall hangings.

1959-1962. Potters Assistant, New Devon Pottery, Newton Abbot, Devon
1978-1979. Pottery vocational training course, Stroud College of Art Glos’.
1997. Certificate in Education, Plymouth University.
2013-2017. Chairman Mid Devon Crafts Guild.
During the period between 1979 and present day I taught pottery at Adult evening classes in Crediton and Exeter and have run several Raku workshops, often with an international attendance.

I now work in my Exeter garden studio listening to Oriental music or the birds singing outside.
I sell through galleries and craft fairs.

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