Malcolm Greenwood

Malcolm Greenwood began potting in 1976 while studying for a degree in Business Administration at the University of Massachusetts. Moving to Boston, he trained for a time with a visiting Japanese potter, Makoto Yabe. He worked again with Yabe in Japan in 1979 after spending 1978-79 in Nigeria, where he built a wood-fired kiln and studied traditional West African pottery techniques. He returned to Australia in 1980, but only became a full-time potter in 1989. He is currently based in Mosman, NSW, specialising in porcelain tableware and one-off, mainly functional, exhibition pieces, using simple, strong shapes and subtle decoration and colour. He has recently been involved in firing Sturt Pottery's anagama and noborigama kilns with Bruce McWhinney, but mainly uses a gas kiln. His works are marked with an incised 'MG'.

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Malcolm Greenwood. Bowl Greenwood, Malcolm Malcolm Greenwood. Bowl $90.00 Buy Now
Malcolm Greenwood. Charger Greenwood, Malcolm Malcolm Greenwood. Charger $150.00 Buy Now

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