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Dennis Farrell's painterly seascape pots have been featured in the gallery to date, now we are pleased to be able to show new work which depicts the woodlands near his home in Shropshire.
Dennis was born in Liverpool in 1949 and attended The Polytechnic Wolverhampton (now Wolverhampton University), to study Ceramics in 1968 graduating in 1971. Dennis won a Crafts Council award to become `Artist in Residence' (1978/80), at Swarthmore Education College, Leeds, and has been involved in ceramics education for over forty years teaching at; St Helens College of Art, Lancs (Foundation in Art & Design), Harrogate College of Arts and Technology (Studio Ceramics Course), University of Wolverhampton BA Ceramics, (Course Leader 1995/2000), he was appointed Divisional Leader in 2001 and Associate Dean of School in 2005.
Dennis lives and works near Much Wenlock in Shropshire, he exhibits nationally and internationally and has work in many private and public collections.
Forms are produced by wheel-thrown and hand-built techniques using red earthenware blended with stoneware crank clays. Surfaces are developed by applying coloured engobes and drawing with underglaze pens which are over-painted with matt and glost transparent glazes and fired to 1120 degrees centigrade."
New work by Dennis Farrell will be in the gallery and on the website shortly.
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