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Coastal Muffle Kiln project

About this project

Installing a large muffle in my gas kiln replaces the need for individual saggars and enables me to create large scale works. Foraging on the shoreline is an integral part of the making process, and will be enhanced by conducting public creative foraging walks along the Medway estuary in partnership with Medway Swale Estuary Partnership who have a conservation focus.

New works will be exhibited in November 2015 onboard a coastal vessel - a converted light ship, now a floating arts venue LV21.


£120 — £2700


One-off handbuilt vessels, Organic, Saggar fired


Ceramics, Pottery


Ceramics, Organic Material
Looking North.
Photographer: Kati Saqui.
Bottle form in 2 parts. Saggar fired. Inlaid contrasting stoneware clays fired with seaweed and oyster shells. 2016.
Blue jars
Photographer: Phillip Keevil
Saggar fired stoneware 5
Red spot.
Photographer: Kati Saqui
Large scale bottle form in 2 parts. Saggar fired with seaweed adn oyster shells/ Assembled the piece stands at 120cms.

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