Welcome Worthy Pottery
I make pots because it releases my creativity.
Why make? Because I enjoy producing individual, unique and varied work, which is produced from the earth and the land around.
I love the shapes of Medieval pottery, Korean and Japanese, function is paramount within the use of a pot, but my leaning lately has become more open to producing work which reflects the visual side of me, causing a conflict of consciousness, I have come to the conclusion man has always expressed himself visually from the cave-man through time to the present, it’s a natural part of us.
Craft knowledge could be lost, through technology replacing the activity of human craftsmanship. It is important to learn from one another skills from the past. We should cherish the beauty and variety of the ceramic artist, for without that we become bland and boring. Creativity is an outlet for the soul, hopefully my pottery shows part of me I cannot hope to ascertain.
Previously my pottery has mainly been produced by using locally sourced clays from the Newdowns quarry at St Agnes and I have managed to source some oxides for the range of glazes I use from within the vicinity of Porthtowan, Cornwall. Now though I have recently moved to North Devon on the boarder between Cornwall and Devon and I am in the process of using the clay I now live on, firstly to create a cob workshop and then to bring to life the earth beneath in the form of a new batch of pots. keep looking to see what is created as it is welling up in me.
Raku Courses BOOK NOW, discount for group bookings of 6
I run Raku courses, which for the novice is a very exciting and enjoyable way in to the ceramic experience, they make a peice of sculpture or pot and fire it. If you like to watch a magical experience happen before your eyes not quite knowing what the elements are going to dish out for you, then contact me to book a course tailor made for you and your friends.