Alan Aitchison


Still living in a stone cottage we renovated 40 years ago (near Lochwinnoch, Renfrewshire), the opportunity arose to try pottery in 1997, while on holiday in France. I was instantly hooked, but it was another six years before being able to pursue this growing interest.

My influences are mainly Japanese, Korean ceramics and British medieval pottery together with the colours and textures of the Scottish landscape. Using local minerals for glazes where possible, my high-fired stoneware is mainly vessel based and wheel-thrown, with some hand-built and sculptural pieces fired to 1300 ̊C in a gas reduction kiln.

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