Richly decorated stoneware.
Surfaces are developed using layers of glazes, oxides and gold lustre.
Each piece is unique and as such may differ slightly from the images shown.
Height approx 10cm
Diameter approx 9cm
Archie McCall Ceramics - Teabowl
Occasionally art appears different than expected in your space. This is why we have an exchange policy that lasts 14 full days following the purchase of a piece from our gallery. Purchases can be exchanged for goods or store credit only. No refunds will be issued.
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Archie McCall's work is richly decorated with glaze, pigments and lustre. The motifs are developed from the observation of the natural environment and often represent the evolution of organic forms.
Archie was born and brought up in Dumfries and has been a potter for over forty-five years.
A graduate of Edinburgh College of Art, he taught Ceramics firstly at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and then at The Glasgow School of Art for over twenty–five years, during which time he became Head of Ceramics and subsequently Programme Leader for all the BA(Hons) Programmes in the School of Design.
He has exhibited, lectured and delivered workshops extensively throughout the world and has been actively involved in Spring Fling since retiring from GSA in 2013.