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Anto makes LARGE PLATTERS

Collection by Anthony O'Brien

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A small sample of my large wood-ash glazed stoneware platters and dishes. Usually decorated with sgraffittoed slip or wax resist patterns in jun glaze or tenmoku.

Anthony O'Brien
Six ferns, six Phoenixes in the shadows The Shadow Side, County Mayo, Ceramic Artists, Ferns, Stoneware, Wax, Plates, Ceramics, Tableware

Ceramic Artist

Award-winning artist Anthony OBrien lives and works in Louisburgh, County Mayo, on the Atlantic Coast of Ireland. He works mainly in clay, drawing inspiration, and some of his materials, from Mayo's wild and rugged landscape. The human figure, animals, plants and landscape are recurrent themes both as the subjects of pictures and as decorative motifs on his ceramics.

Six ferns, six phoenix shadows Pottery Plates, Ceramic Plates, The Shadow Side, Art Things, Ceramic Artists, Ferns, Cobalt, Jun, Shadows

Ceramic Artist

Award-winning artist Anthony OBrien lives and works in Louisburgh, County Mayo, on the Atlantic Coast of Ireland. He works mainly in clay, drawing inspiration, and some of his materials, from Mayo's wild and rugged landscape. The human figure, animals, plants and landscape are recurrent themes both as the subjects of pictures and as decorative motifs on his ceramics.

(Back) Large stoneware dish. This won the 2015 RDS National Craft Award for ceramics in Ireland, 2015 Raptors, Ravens, Ceramic Art, Stoneware, Ireland, Ceramics, Dishes, Landscape, Craft

Latest Firing 11.11.2016

Award-winning artist Anthony OBrien lives and works in Louisburgh, County Mayo, on the Atlantic Coast of Ireland. He works mainly in clay, drawing inspiration, and some of his materials, from Mayo's wild and rugged landscape. The human figure, animals, plants and landscape are recurrent themes both as the subjects of pictures and as decorative motifs on his ceramics.

Ravens, Four Raptors. x The border beech ash jun over sgraffittoed slip. The centre cobalt blue glaze over wax resisted tenmoku. This dish won the ceramics prize at the RDS National Crafts Awards 2015 Raptors, Ravens, Ceramic Art, Stoneware, Wax, Pottery, Ceramics, Drawings, Artist

Latest Firing 11.11.2016

Award-winning artist Anthony OBrien lives and works in Louisburgh, County Mayo, on the Atlantic Coast of Ireland. He works mainly in clay, drawing inspiration, and some of his materials, from Mayo's wild and rugged landscape. The human figure, animals, plants and landscape are recurrent themes both as the subjects of pictures and as decorative motifs on his ceramics.

 A stoneware spin on the European tradition of copying Chinese Ming "export porcelain" in blue-on-white tin-glazed earthenware. This is jun (white) over sgraffittoed slip (jun blue/black) Earthenware, Stoneware, Jun, Decorative Plates, Porcelain, Dish, Chinese, Ceramics, Black

Latest Firing 11.11.2016

Award-winning artist Anthony OBrien lives and works in Louisburgh, County Mayo, on the Atlantic Coast of Ireland. He works mainly in clay, drawing inspiration, and some of his materials, from Mayo's wild and rugged landscape. The human figure, animals, plants and landscape are recurrent themes both as the subjects of pictures and as decorative motifs on his ceramics.

  Ceramic Artists, Stoneware, Decorative Plates, Wax, Ceramics, Drawings, How To Make, Ceramica, Pottery

Ceramic Artist

Award-winning artist Anthony OBrien lives and works in Louisburgh, County Mayo, on the Atlantic Coast of Ireland. He works mainly in clay, drawing inspiration, and some of his materials, from Mayo's wild and rugged landscape. The human figure, animals, plants and landscape are recurrent themes both as the subjects of pictures and as decorative motifs on his ceramics.

  County Mayo, Ceramic Artists, Stoneware, Decorative Plates, Wax, Ceramics, Drawings, Tableware, How To Make

Ceramic Artist

Award-winning artist Anthony OBrien lives and works in Louisburgh, County Mayo, on the Atlantic Coast of Ireland. He works mainly in clay, drawing inspiration, and some of his materials, from Mayo's wild and rugged landscape. The human figure, animals, plants and landscape are recurrent themes both as the subjects of pictures and as decorative motifs on his ceramics.

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Ceramic Artist

Award-winning artist Anthony OBrien lives and works in Louisburgh, County Mayo, on the Atlantic Coast of Ireland. He works mainly in clay, drawing inspiration, and some of his materials, from Mayo's wild and rugged landscape. The human figure, animals, plants and landscape are recurrent themes both as the subjects of pictures and as decorative motifs on his ceramics.

2ebcf-Web_Ty_jun_Cobalt_dish__jpg County Mayo, Ceramic Artists, Cobalt, Jun, Serving Bowls, Stoneware, Decorative Plates, Clay, Ceramics

Ceramic Artist

Award-winning artist Anthony OBrien lives and works in Louisburgh, County Mayo, on the Atlantic Coast of Ireland. He works mainly in clay, drawing inspiration, and some of his materials, from Mayo's wild and rugged landscape. The human figure, animals, plants and landscape are recurrent themes both as the subjects of pictures and as decorative motifs on his ceramics.