Maureen Minchin studied at the Bath Academy
(1973) but gained most of her practical knowledge of ceramics
from workshops in Arran, Sutherland, Norfolk, Italy and the
Dartington Pottery in Devon.
She now lives and works in a remote part of
Her domestic pots are thrown in terracotta
clay, sprigs and handles attached, then dipped in a cream
slip. Once a pot is firm again the slip is drawn into with a
sharp tool and then left to dry. After being fired at 950 C
the pots are decorated with underglaze colours, glazed and
glossfired to 1140 C under light reduction.
She was a prize winner at the 2nd
International Saltglaze Exhibition (1983).
Her work is featured in numerous private and
public collections world wide including that of Henry
Prices range from £10 - £350