Trueman, Bryan

Bryan Trueman is an English potter who emigrated with his wife to Australia in 1975 to take up a position as a lecturer in ceramics at the Caulfield Institute of Technology in Melbourne, Victoria. He moved to Lauderdale, Tasmania, in 1988, returning to England in 1992. He is particularly well-known for his painterly use of glazes to depict the Australian landscape, using the platter as the base form. He is currently based at Farfield Mill, near Sedburgh, in the UK. For more information about his years in Australia, there are several good articles in Pottery in Australia and Craft Arts International. He incises his work with his full name.

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