Wood-Fired Stoneware & Porcelain

Stephen Parry trained at Croydon College of Art 1974-77, Dartington Workshop 1977-79 and in France using wood-fired kilns. Stephen set up his present pottery at Ryburgh, near Fakenham in rural Norfolk in 1981 and makes a range of functional pots and one-off pieces using stoneware and porcelain clays.
Glazes are made from different types of wood ash. All his work is fired using wood, either in a 120cuft Phoenix Kiln or in an Anagama kiln.

Monumental thrown bottle. Wood-fired with
sancia glaze, drips and pours.

I'm delighted that I will once again be taking part in Earth & Fire and I also have the honour of my work being illustrated on the promotional leaflet for the event.
This will be the third Earth & Fire at Welbeck and I look forward to seeing both old and new friends .

EARTH & FIRE International Ceramics Fair
21,22 & 23 June 2019
Harley Gallery, Welbeck, Notts. S80 3LW

‘I pursue beauty, and search for an aesthetic response in the person looking at my pots’ (Stephen Parry article, Ceramic Review)
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Ryburgh Pottery
Little Ryburgh, Fakenham
Norfolk NR21 0LP
Telephone: 01328 829543
E-mail: sparry1650@gmail.com