Sunday, October 12, 2008

Flashback to the 70's

I guess I'm staying with the 'back in the day" theme.



















While in the states I visited a dear potter friend, Bacia Edelman, now in her 80's and still potting.

She lived in London during part of the 70's. While there she visited many of the potters of the day and based on her photos and interviews had a series of 3 articles published in the American ceramics magazine, Ceramics Monthly.

These are a few of the her photos that I scanned while I was there.

Many of them have departed and are missed. I thought people might enjoy seeing these.

They are (not in order) Eileen Lewenstein, Ray Finch, Mick Casson, Michael Cardew, David Leach fluting a bowl, Robert Fournier, Sheila Fournier, David Leach and his Kiln,




9 comments:

Ron said...

Really wonderful photos! Thanks for sharing. Priceless.

Russel Fouts said...

Thanks Ron!

Did you get to watch the Leach video which I finally decided to put up again?

Russel

Russel Fouts said...

oops!

Linda Starr said...

well I have had a wonderful ceramic journey having just discovered your blog. Thanks.

Michael Kline said...

I love the B/W photos of course!

Taylor said...

Oh, your a photo fondler too, huh?

Geeze.

Dan Finnegan said...

Of course, Ray Finch is still making pots at 94!

designgeek said...

I love these photos - they're stunning! I actually visited Bernard Leach's studio in St Ives this weekend if you want to see what it looks like now: http://confessionsofadesigngeek.wordpress.com/2010/11/22/creative-spaces-bernard-leach/

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