Mary Kaun-English BA (hons), SSS

Ceramic Sculptor

Open Studio 2014 Mary's recent work includes hand built clay vessels and sculptures which are influenced by the ancient North American Indians; her biological forefathers. The second firing of these pieces occurs in an open fire; more frequently happening on the Cornish shoreline. Exposing the porous clay to the smoke of the burning organic materials used to fuel the fire. The results are organic vessels and sculptures painted by nature herself. Mary's work is held in galleries throughout England and her work is featured in Pit Firing Ceramics: Modern Methods, Ancient Traditions by Dr Dawn Whitehand.

Commissions welcome and artwork for sale

Parking Available

Visitors welcome by appointment.

Portland Studios

32 The Glade

Fetcham

Surrey

KT22 9TH

tel: 01372 450525

mobile: 07956 463162

email: marykaunenglish@yahoo.co.uk

web: www.marykaunenglish.com

See also Martyn Perryman.

  • Bulwark: pit-fired ceramics(Non-glazed) 36cm x 30cm x 25cm
  • Fortune: pit-fired ceramics (Non glazed) 35cm x 30cm x 5cm
  • Vessel: pit-fired ceramics (Non glazed) 30cm x 20cm x 20cm
  • Praise: pit-fired ceramics 20cm x 15cm
  • INUKSHUK III: Pit-Fired Ceramics (not Glazed) 40cm x 40cm x 5cm
  • ADVOCATE: Pit-Fired Ceramics (not glazed) 25cm x 30cm x 5cm
  • INUKSHUK I: Pit-Fired Ceramics (not glazed) 45cm x 15cm x 5cm