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Nick began potting in 1972 when he joined John for an apprenticeship at Muchelney Pottery. Apart from a three month stint with Brian Newman at Aller Pottery in 1976, Nick has remained at Muchelney as a Master Potter for over 40 years.
Nick's days are spent producing the catalogue range of oven-to-tableware at Muchelney Pottery. Parallel to this he has developed his signed range of work where he explores surface detail, creating distinctive pieces which are sold through a number of galleries, including the John Leach Gallery where there is a permanent display of work available.
2009 saw Nick begin a new journey exploring the possibilities of oxidised firing in an electric kiln which has added a new dimension to his work. He also continues to wood-fire his pots in the three chambered climbing kiln at Muchelney.
Nick Rees Retirement
Mark trained at Muchelney Pottery before spending four years in West Africa as a VSO volunteer - kiln building, training and making pots.
In 1998 he established his own pottery in Somerset and developed a strong tableware range combining ideas and influences from African and English country pottery.
In 2002 Mark rejoined the Muchelney Pottery crew full time. A selection of his work can always be found at the John Leach Gallery.