Blogging about Matthew Tyas' pottery and explorations in making.
I recently returned to Cornwall from a William Marshall research trip. I visited collectors in Brighton and Southampton. It was great to see old friends and make new ones too! One collector had gathered a large number of pots and several lever-arch files. Each file contained Bill Marshall archive material. I spent over two and […]
I’ve recently been making new pots in anticipation of taking part in a new exhibition at the Leach Pottery. After several months of material tests, I’d decided on the clay body I was going to work with and some of the forms I wanted to make. In terms of the type of firing, I was […]
William Marshall: First Meeting I first met William Marshall (Bill to those who knew him) in the late 1990s when I was becoming interested in studio pottery. I went to his pottery, nestled off the main road in Lelant, to try and meet the potter whose work had really caught my eye. I’d been pouring […]