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2013 Vasefinder International Competition Results

Well after much speculation, the annual Vasefinder Competition results are in. Juried by renowned UK Potter Phil Rogers, the winner was Courtland Levinson, with a beautiful decorated and illustrated monochrome vase.

I was very lucky to be selected amongst 76 potters mainly from the US, Europe and the UK. My good buddy Dameon Lynne was also a selectee. ( I shall have to blog about his fantastic work soon- the guy is an absolute creative dynamo with the wheel. )

My piece for this online exhibition was Pisces- a favourite piece which was featured in the 500 Raku book which is by Lark Crafts.

Here's the link and thanks for watching....


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