Blogging about Matthew Tyas' pottery and explorations in making.
It’s taken over a year, but I finally got my pug mill fixed and put back together this week – better late than never! It was in a bit of state before and although it certainly isn’t in pristine mechanical condition, it will do a good job of mixing my coarser iron clay bodies for […]
Sketchbook Time I did some sketchbook work earlier in the week. Cornwall’s vibrant daffodil fields have drawn my eye for several years. From dormancy to full bloom, the stems show an amazing variety of greens and texture: the flowers are a burst of yellow. At this time of year, across Cornwall, it’s possible to see […]
New pots have been scarce recently, so I thought it was time for an update! I don’t have much time to make, but I’ve been trying to get into the workshop a bit more consistently. I’ve been working on bringing more colour into my pots, especially in a nonchalant way. I first started with the […]