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JIM MALONE Studio pottery 5 - 29 March Jim Malone was born in Sheffield in 1946. He studied at Camberwell School of Art and he is considered at the forefront of the British Studio Pottery tradition. Malone lives and works in Cumbria, within sight of the Cumbrian Fells. Being surrounded by this landscape keeps him in touch with nature and informs his work. His pots stem from the deep association he feels with his natural environment. Public collections include: The Victoria & Albert Museum, London; Ulster Museum, Northern Ireland; Manchester Metropolitan University, Liverpool Museum & Art Gallery.

Front cover: Tall Bottle, 2011, fluted, tenmoku and ash glazes, 50 x 23 cms Left: Jim Malone in his studio Images courtesy of Goldmark Gallery

Globular Bottle, 2011 stamped repeats, tenmoku glaze with copper pours, 46 x 30.5 cms

Left: Tall Bottle, 2011, fluted, tenmoku and ash glazes, 50 x 23 cms Right: Footed Bottle, 2011, cut sided, tenmoku and ash glazes, 29.5 x 17 cms

Footed Bottle, 2008 square, finger wipes through tenmoku with ash glaze, 34.5 x 16 cms

Big Footed Bottle, 2011, cut sided, Olive Nuka glaze, 43.5 x 22 cms

Footed Slab Bottle, 2011, tenmoku with finger wipes, 41.5 x 25 cms

Tea Bowl, 2011, ridged and stamped, 9 x14 cms

Footed Korean Style Bottle, 2010, stamp pattern, tenmoku glaze, 37 x 19 cms

Tall Jar, 2009, ridged & fluted, tenmoku glaze, 53.5 x 25.5 cms

Tall Jug, 2011, granite glaze, 33.5 x 19.5 cms

Pilgrim Bottle, 2011, Olive Nuka glaze with tenmoku pours, 37.5 x 26 cms

Yunomi, 2011, tenmoku with finger wipes, 8.5 x 9.5 cms

Round Bowl, 2009, tenmoku with finger wipes, beech ash inside, 12 x 19.5 cms

Jim malone online catalogue  
Jim malone online catalogue