Mick Morgan raku form in red and black
Applied scarlet glaze with natural, matt black and black gloss elements. This striking and large semi abstract vessel has a strong shape and would look particularly good in a Japanese influenced interior. It has a lovely textural feel.
Mick Morgan has been producing raku pottery in his West Wales pottery since 1975. His work is collected internationally and he exhibits at select galleries across the UK. Using only natural materials he makes his own clay and glazes
All of Micks works have his impressed makers mark to the base. The price includes UK P&P
Raku is a Japanese ceramic technique dating back to the 16th Century. The pottery is removed from the kiln when red hot and placed amongst combustible materials which leave the characteristic marks upon the surface.
Height 35cm. The mouth is 25cm x 8cm. the base is10cm in diameter.