WELCOME


This is the gallery of pottery and ceramics made by Peter Stephens.

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In the beginning the most important feature of this site was the pottery and ceramics which were made by the artist at some of Japan's historical pottery centers during the period 1999-2001. Since then it has been changing to include articles about pottery and the thinking behind pottery. Also included are photographs about Japan. The visitor to the site can hope to have some food for thought about pottery and it's place in the home and in the art and craft scene.

Make sure you visit the Information page and have a look at the helpful documents and resources.
CLICK ON PICTURE TO ENTER GALLERY...........


Gallery One


Gallery Two


Gallery Three


Gallery Four

Photos from Japan Gallery.

Photos from Japan 2007 Gallery.

Notes on Kiln Firing Manual.

Notes on Kiln Firing Manual.

Now you can also look at my other webpages.
  • This one called Freepot. It's all about handmade pottery and ceramics and what this means in the age of industry for the craftsperson. Go to http://mywebsite.bigpond.com/stephens.peter
  • To see some interesting photographs of Japan have a look at the gallery WabiSabi. The photos are arranged in groups with commentary. Go to http://wabisabi.5u.com
  • For a comprehensive look at my web pages, and to see my paintings and drawings, go to Peter's Window on the World. http://www.reocities.com/okikase
  • Are you interested in philosophy and meditation? This is a page for serious thinkers. You are the World.. http://www.flesegami.com
  • go to gallery one Gallery One go to gallery two Gallery Two go to gallery three Gallery Three

    go to gallery fourGallery Four go to CourtyardTo Courtyard go to information Information

    For any enquiries, please contact me by e-mail. Click here, Thank You.
    If you are an Internet Cafe or Public Library user, please note that you might not be able to use the e-mail form from there. You can still use your own
    e-mail account and send to: peter_stephens@yahoo.com ;

    Pottery fired to approx. 1250°celsius.
    Webpage, Pottery and Photographs by Peter Stephens. Osaka, Japan, 1999 - 2001.