Neil Boughton

Neil Boughton began his ceramics career making tiles at Studio Dybka Tichy in Sydney before taking up a job at the Jamberoo Milk Factory in 1984. When the factory closed, he started his own pottery business, sharing a workshop with John Payne in an old chook shed at Albion Park Rail. The two sold their work at pottery parties and in craft shops around the Illawarra region. Boughton then set up a studio and gallery (the Fitzroy Gallery) in Fitzroy Falls. In July, 2014, he moved to the Potters Lane Studio in Robertson. He makes wheel-thrown forms influenced by medieval and classical ceramics, decorated using raku firing techniques and in-glaze lustres. His works are incised 'NB' or 'NBoughton' with the N and B sharing a stem, sometimes also with 'Aust' incised. Later work may be impressed 'NB'. Boughton also uses a numbering system on his pots. The first two numbers refer to the year and the last to the month of that year, starting from 1979.

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Neil Boughton. Bowl Boughton, Neil Neil Boughton. Bowl $75.00 Buy Now
Neil Boughton. Dish Boughton, Neil Neil Boughton. Dish $30.00 Buy Now
Neil Boughton. Vessel Boughton, Neil Neil Boughton. Vessel $90.00

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