Lindsey's Pist - Tall round mug
Janeen's hand-thrown domestic stoneware collection is the result of a 12-year study of the geology of my landscape - explored through the alchemy of ceramic glazes.
Inspired by Barry Brickell's domestic ware canisters and thrown on-site at Driving Creek Potteries during a month-long residency.
My focus at Driving Creek Pottery was to make site-specific glazes from the surrounding area.
All glazes were made on-site using materials sourced or processed in the Coromandel.
The clay used is a mix of Driving Creeks "Corogold", Macs Mud buff, and Pahiatua wild clay.
Lindsay's Post is a marine mudstone glaze from Paritu Wharf in the Coromandel with the lid glazed in both marine mudstone and Coromandel granite.
Named after local residency Lindsay, an old mate of Barry Brickell. Lindsay discovered the mudstone 30 years ago while digging a fence post on a neighbouring farm.
80mm x 100mm
Please note there may be slight variations than image shown in colour, size and design due to each piece being handmade