Sheridan, Steve

Steve Sheridan (1959-) was born in Sydney and worked as a landscape architect before taking up an Australian Council for the Arts traineeship at Kelvin Grove CAE from 1979-1981. He then worked as a studio apprentice with Kevin Grealy at the Queensland Potters' Workshop for a year and subsequently attended studio workshops with Gwyn Hanssen Pigott and Ivan McMeekin. In 1984 he took his family to England via China and stayed there for nearly fifteen years, studying Chinese ceramics and teaching ceramics and sculpture at Bryanston School in Dorset. On his return to Australia he took up a position at St Paul's Catholic College, Greystanes for two years. In 2000 he started teaching part time at Bede Polding College, South Windsor and in 2001 he set up the Wentworth Falls Pottery in the Blue Mountains. He specialises in simple woodfired porcelain or stoneware forms influenced by Chinese pots, particularly of the Song dynasty. Work made in Queensland is signed with an impressed italic SS in a circle. When he returned to Sydney in 1982, he modified the mark by removing the circle and adding two dots on either side.

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Steve Sheridan. Vase Sheridan, Steve Steve Sheridan. Vase $60.00 Buy Now

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