The ‘Landscape’ pots are thrown in white stoneware clay and flattened, giving two broad surfaces to run glazes across. Layers of glaze are dipped, sprayed or poured over each other and fired in either oxidising or reduction kilns. By observing the way that certain glazes react together, Penny has built up a palette of complimentary glazes suggesting landscapes, for example; mountains, lakes, moors, forests and clouds. However, these visual interpretations occur in the eye of each individual observer and so are quite personal.

Church House Designs

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