Dan Kelly

PRESS

“The process of creation is made overt, leaving imprints of contact between Kelly’s hands and the clay. His vessels have a kinetic memory, recording the dialogue and sometimes the tussle between the maker and his materials”

— Shane Enright

Coverage

BOOKS

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2009

Modern British potters and their Studios

David Whiting
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2002

Austin Desmond Fine Art Catalogue

Austin Desmond

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2000

Illustrated Dictionary of Pottery Decoration

Robert Fournier
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1999

Ceramics for the Home

Annabel Freyberg
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1998

Clays and Glazes in Studio Ceramics – Dave Scott

The Crowood Press
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1995

The Potter’s Art

Garth Clark
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1990

Dictionary of British Studio Potters

Scolar Press
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1989

British Studio Ceramics in the 20th Century

Paul Rice and Christopher Gowing

“Working with clay involves all the senses to some degree: the smell of the earth; the sound made by the ring of a high fired piece; and the sense perhaps forgotten by the majority today, and conspicuous from its absence from our culture – the tactile response.”

— Dan Kelly

Coverage

MAGAZINES

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2005

Crafts

September 2005, article ‘The Rough With The Smooth’
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2005

Ceramic Review

May/June 2005, review of Maltby Gallery Exhibition
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2000

Crafts

July/August 2000, review of Harlequin Gallery exhibition
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2000

Ceramic Review

April 2000, review of Harlequin Gallery exhibition
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1996

Ceramic Art and Perception

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1996

Studio Pottery

January 1996
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1993

Studio Pottery

April/May 1993