Provenance

Luke Bishop Ceramics

Luke Bishop Ceramics

London Borough of Islington, United Kingdom

After years working in the digital arts, Luke has returned to the visceral arena of craft, adopting the method potters have used for 5000 years - the wheel.

Photos

  • London Borough of Islington, United Kingdom

  • Each vessel is further shaped by hand during a process called turning or trimming.

    Each vessel is further shaped by hand during a process called turning or trimming.

    London Borough of Islington, United Kingdom

  • Photo from "Country Living; Modern Rustic 5". Styling: Alaina Binks. Photograph: Nato Welton

    Photo from "Country Living; Modern Rustic 5". Styling: Alaina Binks. Photograph: Nato Welton

    London Borough of Islington, United Kingdom

  • Rolling out, cutting, shaping porcelain handles; Old-school style using a wooden rolling pin, then shaping each handle by hand and allowed to dry.

    Rolling out, cutting, shaping porcelain handles; Old-school style using a wooden rolling pin, then shaping each handle by hand and allowed to dry.

    London Borough of Islington, United Kingdom

  • The head of the potter's wheel.

    The head of the potter's wheel.

    London Borough of Islington, United Kingdom

  • London Borough of Islington, United Kingdom

Location

Luke Bishop Ceramics

London Borough of Islington, United Kingdom

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