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Large Daffodil designed & glazed by:

Jim Robison

Born and educated in the USA, Jim moved to Yorkshire in 1972, where he established the Booth House Gallery and Ceramics Studio in Holmfirth. Jim’s work is usually slab built and slip decorated. Often working to commission, including large-scale sculpture and architectural ceramics, Jim enjoys an experimental approach to making, combining construction techniques with unusual surface textures created through multiple layers of clay and colourful glazes.

‘My daffodil has been coloured with glazes that represent spring and new growth to me. Earthy colours, with blues and greens, tell of the passing of winter and the movement into early spring. Some of the glazes include wood ashes collected from local plants and clays. These help to anchor the work in a natural environment.’

Proceeds from the sale of Jim’s daffodil will go in memory of potter Chris Jenkins to Kirkwood Hospice, Huddersfield


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