Summer is as good a time as any to try something new – so I went on a 5-day Raku workshop last week.  My tutor (he prefers “Maitre” of course!) was Jean Francois Delorme who is a fantastic potter, if slightly eccentric in his teaching style.  One of the other women on the workshop asked him for help with a rather sorry looking pot and was told ….”There are three solutions (1) a hammer (2) give it to your mother in law or (3) reglaze it! ”

Anyway,  I like his style, and I enjoyed the course.  Here are a few extremely wobbly examples of my very own raku pots……

About rosalind marchant

I am an artist - I am a printmaker and I make abstract etchings. I live in a small village in south west France that is surrounded by miles of varied and colourful landscape ..... which is fortunate because my prints are inspired by the colours and patterns in that landscape.
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