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Wheel thrown raku and woodfired pots.
My background is in engineering and working with metal. After showing an interest in pottery I was gifted a wheel and began making Raku fired pots.
TY JONES – STUDIO
Ty is guesting with Upton potter Susan Morton.
TY JONES – WORK
I am a member of The Sherwood Woodfirers base at Thoresby and make both functional and decorative ware. I also make pots which I Raku fire at home, it is a process that is both magical and unpredictable.
If you are interested in this work, please contact the artist directly through the links above.
Open Studio: Sat 29 only, 10 to 5
- Raku demonstration.
- Partial wheelchair access.