Duncan Ross

Duncan Ross established his studio near Farnham, Surrey in 1989 after a period of exploration into terra-sigillata materials. Using many layers of a fine terra-sigillata slip with resist and inlay decoration his unique surface qualities are achieved with as many as 4 or 5 individual firings. He aims to develop a rich surface integral to the clay that has a feeling of depth allowing the final carbonising process to play its essential and unpredictable part. His work is represented in many public and private collections around the world including the Victoria and Albert and Fitzwilliam museums in the UK.

Website: www.duncanrossceramics.co.uk

Contact: duncan@duncanrossceramics.co.uk