A three-stage reduction linocut of Heron Cross Pottery in Stoke-on-Trent. It is on white Zerkall paper, and using Cranfield water-based relief ink. The image is 10cm x 15.3cm, (roughly A6) and the paper is 19 x 26.5cm. Each print is hand-inked and hand-printed, so each is slightly different giving them each a unique quality. As this is a reduction print, the lino plate is gradually cut away during the process so that no more prints can be made.
I love the shapes of the historic bottle ovens in Stoke-on-Trent, the major hub of the UK pottery industry during the 19th and 20th centuries. These ovens were phased out when the Clean Air Act was brought in, and most were demolished, but over 40 still remain around the city, and I find them a fascinating subject for my work as each is a slightly different shape, and in different states of repair and surroundings. This one has been a restaurant, and is currently part of a small local business. Like many of the smaller Stoke potteries, it is in the middle of streets of terraced of houses.
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Designed by Mary Parker in Stoke-on-Trent
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