Sunday, 12 July 2009

John Higgins



John Higgin's work is handbuilt and constructed from highly textured clay, which may comprise of slab and thrown components. Forms are loosely based around the vessel and are influenced by architecture and painting. Layers of colour are applied at different stages and fired to different temperatures using both reduction and oxidation firings.

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