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Jar, woodfired stoneware, height 1.25 mChris LewisChris Lewis travelled in West Africa studying traditional pottery making techniques and this, as well as an interest in tribal art and archaeology, has influenced much of his work. He still travels frequently to Africa, Asia and America seeking out fellow potters. All the work is fired to between 1300-1350°c in a large single chamber 'anagama' type kiln, built in the spring of 2000. His unique firing process leads to the richness, depth of colour and textural variety evident on the surface of the finished work. His large scale pieces cross the boundaries between architecture and pottery.Click here to view more work by Chris Lewis