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Ceramics Project

Steve Irvine was the potter i chose to build this page upon. His artist Statment for his website is: I started making pottery 42 years ago and I've been earning my living as a potter for the past 36 years. The work that I make is mostly functional stonewa

Luke Hinder

on 4 February 2010

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Steve Irvine This handbuilt stoneware jar was wood fired. It stands about 27 cm high. This handbuilt stoneware jar was wood fired. It stands about 27 cm high. It was made with a combination of wheel throwing and handbuilding, and it's part of a series called phase transitions. It has an iron red base glaze, with a generous amount of wood ash glaze over top. It was made in a two part press mould. This teapot is fairly typical of the pieces I sell to shops and galleries around Southern Ontario. The lid and spout were thrown on the wheel, and the body and handle were hand built.
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