Adrian BROUGH

Adrian BROUGH
1962

The ceramist son of potter Alan BROUGH and the tapestry designer and maker Sheila BROUGH. Adrian was brought from his birthplace in Devon at the age of seven, and attended school in St Ives while his father worked at the LEACH POTTERY. He grew up and earned his pocket money in the surroundings of his father's pottery at Newlyn, where there was always work to be done around the kilns and glazes.

He was taught to throw pots by his neighbour and friend, William MARSHALL, when he entered the four year art and design course at Cornwall Technical College at Camborne. Completing his diploma there (with Distinction in Design), he became a member of the Society of Designer Craftsmen and also the Society for Industrial Artists & Designers. A first commission was achieved from the South West Electricity Board.

His work is exhibited in local galleries and nationally; his studio is located in St Ives where both short courses (residential & non-residential) and lessons in pottery are available, and accommodation is also offered. 

media

Potter

works and access

His work is currently shown at the Alverton Gallery, Penzance, by artist-proprietors Tim WAYNE and Diana WAYNE.

exhibitions

Pottery studio, St Ives