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ABOVE ER67 Rock pot - Blue, black
  • LEFT ER68 Rock pot - Orange, black, white
  • MIDDLE ER69 Rock pot - Orange, black, white
  • RIGHT ER70 Rock pot - Orange, black, white
  • LEFT ER71 Rock pot - Green, black, blue
  • MIDDLE ER72 Lion Shadow
  • RIGHT ER73 The Second Shadow
  • LEFT ER74 Freestanding tile - Mestre
  • MIDDLE ER76 Flat tile - River bank
  • RIGHT ER77 Flat tile - Floods at night - SOLD
  • LEFT RL75 Curved slab pot - In the Lagoon - SOLD
  • MIDDLE ER78 Flat tile - Misty morning
  • RIGHT ER79 Flat tile - Trees, West Pennard
  • LEFT ER80 Flat tile - Willows, moon - SOLD

Elizabeth Raeburn

Since 1981 Elizabeth has concentrated on Raku firing, this exciting technique always offers an element of surprise which acts as a creative counterbalance to the precisely constructed work. The pieces are all hand-built, mostly decorated with white or coloured slip and finished with a semi-transparent glaze, sometimes using the clay from her own garden. The shapes and shadows of the forms are often emphasised by leaving some surfaces unglazed; these are blackened by the post-firing reduction which is achieved by plunging the red hot pot into sawdust or damp newspaper and quenching with water.


Birkenhead, Williamson Art Gallery 
Bristol, Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery 
Leicester, Leicestershire Museum and Art Gallery (Contemporary Art Society choice)
London, Victoria and Albert Museum
Portsmouth, Museum and Art Gallery
Stoke-on-Trent, City Museum and Art Gallery
Deidesheim, Germany, Museum für Moderne Keramik
Porvoo, Finland, Porvoo Ceramics Collection 
Rotterdam, Netherlands, Boijmans Van Beuningen Museum
Stockholm, Sweden, SAF’s Kunstforening
Stockholm, Sweden, Handelsbanken Kunstforening
Taipei, Taiwan, National Museum of History
Winnipeg, Canada, Winnipeg Art Gallery

Her work is also represented on the British Crafts Council Selected Index and in many private collections.

Solo exhibitions include:
The Oxford Gallery, The Gallerie F Kalligraphie in Hamburg, The Dan Klein Gallery, and four exhibitions at the Gallerie Besson in London.

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